Vietnam grants visa exemption to five countries in Europe

02/07/2015
Citizens from the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy will now be able enjoy visa exemptions for stays that last no longer than 15 days.

According to the recently issued Resolution No 46/NQ-CP, the policy will be in effect for one year, starting from July 1 and ending on June 30, 2016, and applies to all types of passports and immigration reasons, as long as they meet the conditions required by Vietnamese law.

The visa exemption is one of many measures proposed by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in an effort to boost the development of the tourism industry.

Vietnam unilaterally exempts visas for citizens of seven countries – Japan, the Republic of Korea (RoK), Norway, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Belarus and Russia.

It bilaterally grants 30-day exemptions for citizens from nine out of 10 ASEAN member states.

The visa exemption policy has contributed to an increased number of tourists from Japan, the RoK and Russia in recent years.-VNA
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LawrenceSamuels 2/7/15 20:45

That can be considered as a move to show our human rights and democracy, we have many convenient measures for people.

Jane smartnic 2/7/15 20:47

Vietnam-visa.com officially announces that every passport holder of United Kingdom (the UK), France, Germany, Spain and Italy will be able to be exempted from Vietnam visa for stays of maximum 15 days in Vietnam

yobro yobro 2/7/15 20:48

So great Vietnam!

Love Peace 2/7/15 20:51

It applies to all types of passports and immigration reasons, as long as they meet the conditions required by Vietnamese law.

MaskOf Zero 2/7/15 20:51

Up to now, Vietnam has unilaterally exempted 15-day-visa for citizens of seven countries, including Russian, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, and Belarus

John Smith 2/7/15 20:54

Even some of these countries have always criticized our government of violating human rights and democracy, we still want to friendly relationship with them, so tolerant!

Only Solidar 2/7/15 20:55

The decision will delight the country's tourism sector and visitors from these countries,

Gentle Moon 2/7/15 20:57

After this resolution, they, EU nations, must review themselves, how they say about our country's human rights and democracy.

Pack Cassiopian 2/7/15 20:58

the new policy for free-visa is expected to boost the Vietnam tourism industry by attracting more and more tourists from other countries all over the world.

Deck Hero14 2/7/15 20:59

Vietnam currently exempts visa for nationals from 17 countries during time periods ranging from 14 days to 30 days. Most of the visa-exempt countries to Vietnam are ASEAN's members.

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