Kazakhstan's government reached an agreement on a visa-free regime with several Latin American countries, reports QazMonitor citing KazTAG.
Kazakhstan and Paraguay agreed on a mutual exemption from visa requirements for holders of diplomatic, as well as official and service passports. The draft decree produced by the Kazakh government states that such holders will be allowed to stay in two countries without a visa for up to 90 calendar days within 180 days from the date of first entry.
A similar agreement was reached with Bolivia, where holders of valid diplomatic and official passports will be able to enter, stay, transit, or leave both countries in the period of 90 calendar days from the date of each entry.
The Kazakh government also plans to conclude an agreement on short-term visa-free travels with the Dominican Republic. Tourists of both countries with valid national or civil passports are exempt from obtaining a visa for a period that does not exceed 60 days.