(CMC) – The Government of St. Kitts Nevis has signed an agreement on the mutual abolition of visas with the Republic of Belarus.
The agreement,recently signed in Havana, Cuba, at the Embassy of the former Soviet Republic means that holders of valid passports, from both countries, will no longer require a visa to enter or transit through the territory of the other.
Signing on behalf of St. Kitts Nevis was Verna Mills while Ambassador Aleksandr Aleksandrov performed the honours representing the Government of the Republic of Belarus.
Both diplomats expressed hope that the agreement will result in greater movement/visits/ travel by the peoples of both countries.
St. Kitts Nevis established diplomatic relations with the Republic of Belarus on the June 4, 2016.