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No visa requirements between Belarus and Brazil as from November 25

Society 24.11.2016 | 12:59

MINSK, 24 November (BelTA) - A visa-free regime between Belarus and Brazil will become operational as from 25 November, spokesman for the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Dmitry Mironchik told a briefing for the press.

“The intergovernmental agreement with Brazil on visa-free travel for citizens of the two countries enters into force on 25 November. Under the agreement, the citizens of the two countries - holders of valid passports, will have the right to enter, leave, transit and temporary stay on the territory of the other state within a period of up to 90 days a year without a visa,” Dmitry Mironchik said.

The agreement between the Government of Belarus and the Government of Macau Special Administrative Region of China on the mutual abolition of visas enters into force on 27 November, Dmitry Mironchik informed.

Under the agreement, Belarusian citizens and permanent residents of Macau, holders of valid passports, will have the right to enter, leave, transit and temporary stay on the territory of the other state within a period of up to 90 days a year without a visa.

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