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Astana, Kazakhstan • 19 April, 2024 | 16:15

Kazakhstan, Thailand to Sign Permanent Mutual Visa Waiver

The agreement will be signed on April 23 during the visit of the Kazakh Foreign Minister to Bangkok

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Unsplash/Robson Hatsukami Morgan

Kazakhstan and Thailand plan to sign a mutual agreement for a 30-day visa-free regime on April 23, QazMonitor reports citing THE STANDARD.

What happened: On April 18, Chai Wacharonke, spokesperson for the Office of the Prime Minister of Thailand, announced that the local government approved the agreement with Kazakhstan for permanent visa exemption. The sides plan to sign the document during the visit of Kazakh Foreign Minister Murat Nurtleu to Bangkok on April 23.

What it means: Holders of ordinary passports will have the ability to enter, exit, or reside in either country for up to 30 days from the date of arrival. Their passports should be valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry.

  • The cumulative period of stay shall not exceed 90 days within a six-month period. For stays exceeding 30 days, standard visa procedures are necessary in either country.

  • The agreement will come into force 30 days after the date of the last written notice through the diplomatic channels.

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