Kazakhstan is planning to sign two different agreements on a visa-free regime with Peru, Qazmonitor reports with reference to the Kazakh Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The first draft decree of the Kazakh government states that Kazakhs and Peruvians who own diplomatic, service and official passports will be exempt from visa requirements for entry, exit, transit, and temporary stay in Kazakhstan or Peru for a period not exceeding 90 calendar days during each period of 180 days from the first entry.
Another draft resolution approves an agreement between Kazakhstan and Peru on a short-term visa-free regime for citizens of the two countries.
In the second case, the draft specifies that "citizens of either party with valid travel documents may enter, exit, transit and stay in the territory of the other party, having a migratory status of a tourist without the need for visas for up to 30 days”.
Citizens wishing to prolong their stay for longer than 30 days in the territory of the other country will have to apply for an appropriate visa at a diplomatic mission or consular post in accordance with its national legislation, the document reads.