Mongolia – Uruguay
On April 2, the Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister of Mongolia Batmunkh Battsetseg and Deputy Foreign Minister of Uruguay Ariel Bergamino signed a bilateral agreement on the exemption of visa requirements for the nationals of both countries, holders of diplomatic, formal and ordinary passports.
According to the agreement, nationals of both countries can enter the other without the need to obtain a visa, and remain there for up to 30 days. The agreement was signed during an official visit the Deputy Foreign Minister of Uruguay Ariel Bergamino paid to Mongolia.
Uruguay – UAE
Just days later, Uruguay signed another visa free agreement, this time with the United Arab Emirates.
During a visit paid in Abu Dhabi, the Uruguayan deputy foreign minister Ariel Arutoro Bergamino Sosa met with the assistant minister for human rights and international law at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Ahmed Abdul Rahman Al Jarman. Both officials signed a Memorandum of Understanding, thus adopting a visa waiver agreement for travelers between both countries.
Currently the UAE provides its citizens visa-free access to a total of 140 global destinations.
Ukraine – Peru & Ukraine – Uruguay
This week, the Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin wrote on Twitter that Ukraine has signed agreements for visa-free regime with Uruguay and Peru.
“We have agreements on a visa-free regime in the near future with two more countries – Uruguay and Peru. It’s super, but the whole of Latin America should be open for Ukrainians, and Ukraine should be open for it,” Klimkin wrote.
Georgia – Belarus
Georgia and Belarus have signed an agreement on visa-free movement between both countries. The agreement was signed by the Georgian and Belarusian foreign ministers at the presidential residency in Tbilisi.
The agreement aims to further enhance bilateral relations between both countries.