Time at Vietnam (UTC+07:00) 05:43:32 PM, Tuesday, 27 February 2024
From July 1st, 2015, Belarus passport holders are entitled Vietnam visa exemption during 15 days with any entry purpose.

According to Government Resolution that has been issued, Republic of Belarus citizens do not have to apply Vietnam visa for a stay of not exceeding 15 days. This policy applies to all kinds of passports, entry purposes, on the basis of meeting all the conditions prescribed by the law of Vietnam.

The duration of visa exemption for Belarus citizens is put into effect from July 1st, 2015 to the end of June 30th, 2020 and will be reviewed and renewed under Vietnam law.

Vietnam tourism is attempting to attract international visitors in the future.
In previous time, at the regular meeting in May, the Government has discussed and agreed with the solution that was suggested by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism in order to solve the problems and develop tourism.
As proposed by the Ministry, Vietnam will extend visa exemption for groups of key countries, strategic partners for the large source of tourists who stay longer and spend more.

Other solutions include: Transparency of information; facilitation of procedures, Vietnam visa on arrival; electronic visa (e-visa); implementing regional agreements, etc.

Currently, Vietnam is a unilateral visa exemption for 7 countries (Japan, Korea, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, and Russia) and bilateral visa exemption for 9 ASEAN countries.

Vietnam warmly welcomes you to enjoy Vietnamese cuisine and to make your trip in smooth water, turn your plan into real by quick hands to obtain Vietnam visa at http://govietnamvisa.com and for Vietnam eTicket at http://vietnamairlines247.com.
For your memorable travel, it is convenient to book tour at http://govietnamtourist.com/