El Salvador and Bolivia abolish visa requirements starting June 21

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By LatAm Reports Staff Writers

El Salvador and Bolivia agreed to an agreement to exempt tourism and visitation visas between the two countries.

From this 21 JuneBolivian citizens looking to do tourism in El Salvador will be able to enter without the need to process a tourist visa or visit, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Plurinational State of Bolivia.

The Bolivian Foreign Ministry reported on the entry into force of the measure on June 18.

From 21 June 2024, Bolivian citizens will be able to enter the said country without the need to process tourism or visit visas as a prerequisite for entry. (The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia) completed the efforts that give effect to the abolition of visas for citizens of Bolivia and El Salvador.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia Communiqué

The Bolivarian government said the measure is the product of the bilateral dialogue between the two countries to subscribe to the .Agreement on exemption from visas for tourism or visits in ordinary or ordinary passports between the Governments of the Republic of El Salvador and the Plurinational State of Bolivia– Oh.

Currently, foreigners who intend to process a visa to visit El Salvador must enter the Salvadoran Chancellery website, select the “foreign visas” tab and complete the fields with the required information.

Last April, theLegislative Assembly approved the agreement, which was signed on 31 May 2019, which sought to facilitate travel by tourism and visits for citizens of both countries. At that time, it was known that the citizens of El Salvador and Bolivia will be able to enter both territories for a maximum of 90 days per year.

The Directorate-General for Migration and Aliens indicated in April thatmore than 1,745 foreigners from South America entered and left El Salvador a yeara figure that they intend to increase through this measure.

This article has been translated after first appearing in Diario El Mundo