During the ongoing visit of President Tokayev to the capital city of Hanoi, Kazakhstan and Vietnam have signed a mutual visa exemption agreement, QazMonitor reports citing the press service of Akorda.
The document, signed on August 21, specifies the duration for which citizens can stay in the other country without a visa.
According to the agreement, citizens holding passports with a validity of at least 6 months are exempt from visa requirements for single or multiple entries, exits, transits, and temporary stays on the territory of the other party. This exemption is valid for a period not exceeding 30 days from the date of crossing the border, with a total cumulative stay of 90 calendar days during each 180-calendar day period.
Previously, the governments of Kazakhstan and Seychelles announced plans to introduce a mutual visa-free regime.