Macedonian Citizens Can Travel to Brazil without Visa


Macedonia and Brazil signed an agreement on visa-free regime. The exchange of notes in the palace "Itimarati" in Brasilia was done by the Macedonian ambassador to Brazil, Ivica Bocevski, and the Ambassador Carlos Alberto Simas Magalhães, on behalf of the Brazilian Foreign Minister Jose Serra.

Visa-free regime enters into force on 27 August.

"Citizens of both countries will be able to get entry, exit, transit and stay on the territory of the other country without needing a visa for tourist trips, holidays or business trips, while their length of continuous stay shall not exceed 90 days in any half-yearly period from the date of first entry", the Macedonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs informed.

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