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Kazakhstanis to visit Argentina visa free from November 109 октября 2014, 17:13

Kazakhstanis to visit Argentina visa free from November 1 Kazakhstanis to visit Argentina visa free from November 1

Kazakhstanis will be able to visit Argentina on visa free basis starting November 1, Tengrinews reports citing an Argentinean Ambassador Pablo Anselmo.

“We have just had a discussion with the Kazakhstan’s Secretary of State. First of all, I mentioned the fact that starting November 1, both countries are cancelling visa requirement for short-term stay. This is valid for Kazakhstani citizens who enter Argentina as well as for Argentinians who come to Kazakhstan for a short period,” Anselmo said after the letters of credence ceremony.

Earlier, Kazakhstan’s Secretary of State Adilbek Dzhaksybekov received letters of credence from ambassadors of 11 countries.

The ambassador added that Argentina supported Kazakhstan’s accession into the WTO. “We will be supporting you in these issues. We also wanted to congratulate you on hosting the EXPO (in 2017). I see opportunities for cooperation in sports. You know how Argentinians love football. I hope we will be able to organize it together here,” the Ambassador said.

Kazakhstan and Argentina signed a visa free agreement in May, 2014.

By Gyuzel Kamalova

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