Kazakhstan and Saint Kitts and Nevis have signed an agreement for mutual visa exemption, allowing citizens of both countries to enjoy 90-day entry for all types of passports, QazMonitor reports citing the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The agreement will become effective within 90 days after the involved parties receive a written notification through diplomatic channels, confirming the completion of the necessary domestic procedures for its enforcement.
The agreement was signed by Akan Rakhmetullin, Permanent Representative to the United Nations, and Mutryce Williams, Permanent Representative of Saint Kitts and Nevis to the United Nations. The Caribbean dual-island nation became the 40th country to establish a visa-free regime with Kazakhstan.
It is expected that mutual exemption from visa requirements will contribute to the further attraction of foreign tourists and direct foreign investments in the nation.