Time at Vietnam (UTC+07:00) 03:12:39 PM, Sunday, 26 May 2024
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In line with bilateral cooperation, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has directed the Ministry of Public Security to consider extending visa waivers for certain nations.
The request was made on Thursday following the Lunar New Year vacation to promote Vietnamese tourism. Vietnam is expecting 18 million foreign arrivals this year, which is equal to the pre-pandemic number.
 
The Prime Minister asked the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to evaluate the application of unilateral visa exemption policies for citizens of 13 countries.
The foreign affairs and public security ministries have been requested to increase the number of nations whose residents are automatically granted visa exemptions. Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Northern Ireland, the United Kingdom, Japan, South Korea, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Belarus are currently on the list.
 

 
Vietnam now waives visas for travelers from 25 countries while Malaysia and Singapore give visa exemption for 162 nations, the Philippines do visa-free for 157 nations, Japan for 68, South Korea for 66 and Thailand for 64 nations.
Many Asian countries are increasing their competitiveness to attract foreign tourists with visa-free policies.
Under the current immigration policy, Vietnam grants three-month tourist visas for citizens from all countries and territories. The Vietnamese government also tripled the duration of stays in Vietnam to 45 days for citizens of 13 countries unilaterally exempted from visas.
 
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