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China and Georgia have signed a visa waiver agreement
Seetao 2024-04-11 15:39
  • The signing of the agreement is conducive to strengthening the cooperation between the two countries in the field of tourism
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Tbilisi - Chinese Ambassador to Georgia Zhou Qian and Georgian Foreign Minister Darchashvili signed an agreement on mutual visa exemption for ordinary passport holders in Tbilisi on April 10.

Zhou Qian said in his speech that with the signing and coming into force of the agreement, Chinese and Georgian citizens will be able to travel, visit and study in each other's countries without a visa, which will greatly enhance the mutual exchanges and understanding between the two peoples. The agreement embodies the essence of mutual respect and mutual benefit in China-Georgia relations and is another important achievement of bilateral relations after the establishment of the strategic partnership between China and Georgia.

Darchashvili said that the signing of the visa exemption agreement is a major event in the history of Georgia-China relations, and Greece will further promote bilateral exchanges in the fields of economy, trade, tourism and culture after the entry into force of the agreement. Georgia appreciates China's support for Georgia's sovereignty and territorial integrity and reiterates its adherence to the One-China principle.

According to the agreement, the holder of a valid ordinary passport of Georgia or a valid ordinary passport of the People's Republic of China is exempt from obtaining a visa for entry, exit or transit in the other Contracting party, for a single stay of not more than 30 days, and for a cumulative stay of not more than 90 days per 180 days. Editor/Wang Tian


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