Armenians to get Danish visa 'significantly easier' - official

Armenians to get Danish visa 'significantly easier' - official

PanARMENIAN.Net - The government on Thursday, November 9 approved a proposal to sign an agreement on facilitating the issuance of visas between Armenia and Denmark.

According to deputy foreign minister Shavarsh Kocharyan, the document will make the process of obtaining a Danish visa significantly easier.

"The Armenian citizens will be able to stay 90 days over a 180-day period in Denmark and other countries of the Schengen area," Kocharyan said.

"The facilitation targets a number of groups - scientists, NGO representatives, members of delegations. This is a serious step on the road to simplification of visa regime with the European Union."

A bill on the ratification of an agreement on the introduction of a visa-free regime between Armenia and Moldova was submitted to parliament on September 11. Prior to that,the government approved a visa waiver regime for the Japanese citizens starting from September 6.

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