Caspian International News Agency– On December 12, the website of Iran’s embassy in Armenia announced that, “Due to the implementation of the agreement for removing the visa requirement, signed on August 7, 2016 between Iran and Armenia, from now on, the citizens of the two countries won’t need a visa to travel between the two countries”.
Based on an agreement between Iran and Armenia, the citizens of the two country are able to stay without a visa for 90 days in the destination country.
In the same regard, Ramzanali Sobhanifar, the head of Iran parliamentary friendship group with Armenia, Belarus and Russia has confirmed the news and stated, “In the upcoming days, we are going to have a meeting with the Armenian ambassador to Iran to make more arrangements for the abolition of visa between Iran and Armenia”.
The head of Iran and Armenia friendship group noted, “undoubtedly, the abolition of visa between Iran and Armenia will have a remarkable effect especially in export and increasing the business transactions”.
In the end he stressed, “Removing the visa between Iran and other countries in the region will definitely affect the economic relations of our country with its neighbors in a positive way”.
(Translating by Negar Lotfi)