The demand for mutual visas between Azerbaijan and Albania has been lifted

   On March 1, within the framework of the working visit of Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania Edi Rama to Azerbaijan, a meeting was held between Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Azerbaijan Fariz Rzayev and Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Albania Besart Kadia. The Foreign Ministry said that the meeting expressed satisfaction with the level of cooperation between Azerbaijan and Albania in the political, economic and humanitarian spheres and exchanged views on existing opportunities for further development of relations.

   At the end of the meeting, the “agreement between the Government of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Albania on mutual elimination of visa requirements for persons holding national passports” was signed.

   It should also be noted that the visa requirement was mutually canceled in 2019 with Turkey, 2021 with Qatar, 2022 with Serbia and 2023 with the UAE. In addition, the visa requirement has been eliminated in previous years with CIS Countries ( Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Moldova) and with former CIS member Georgia.

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