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Georgia and Iran to cancel visas in two weeks2011-01-12 15:59
Georgia and Iran are going to cancel visas: a new regime will be introduced since January 26, Novosti-Georgia reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was reported by the Georgian MFA press-service, now Georgians will be able to come to Iran and Iranians to Georgia without visas for a period of 45 days.
"According to the law, a visa or a relevant permission will be required for a period of stay exceeding 45 days in the territory of the second party on any purposes", - goes the statement of the Georgian MFA.
Besides, both Georgians and Iranians will be able to use transit checkpoints in both countries.
Let us remind you that heads of the Georgian and Iranian MFAs Grigol Vashadze and Manouchehr Mottaki signed an agreement on introducing a visa-free regime for the people of their countries on 3 November 2010, RIA Novosti reports.
"The introduction of a visa-free regime will enable the citizens of our countries to travel freely. In future, it will encourage the growth of the tourist flow, as well as enhance economic ties between the two countries", - Mottaki declared at the press-conference after signing the agreement.