UAE and Armenia waive visa requirements
The United Arab Emirates and Armenia have signed an agreement to waive visa requirements for citizens of both countries. The move is expected to boost tourism and trade between the two nations.
Armenian Deputy Minister announces visa regime lift
Armenia’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Vahan Kostanyan, announced the lifting of the visa regime between Armenia and the UAE on Twitter. The agreement was signed during Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan’s official visit to the UAE.
Visa-free travel for UAE citizens
Citizens of the UAE can now travel to Armenia without a visa and stay for up to 180 days in a year. Previously, only those with diplomatic passports were eligible for visa-free travel. The move is expected to boost tourism and trade between the two countries.
Armenian citizens still need a visa for UAE
While UAE citizens can now travel to Armenia without a visa, Armenian citizens still require a visa to enter the UAE. This is a one-sided agreement between the two countries.
More than 40 nationalities can travel to Armenia visa-free
Armenia already allows more than 40 nationalities, including those from the UAE, to travel to the country without a visa. This means that citizens of the UAE can now visit Armenia without having to apply for a visa in advance.