Sunday, 14th July 2024

St Kitts and Montenegro signs visa waiver agreement

The agreement will grant their citizens via free access for leisure travel to their respective countries.

Sunday, 7th July 2024

Caribbean twin Island Saint Kitts and Nevis have signed a mutual visa waiver agreement with Balkan nation Montenegro at London on Monday.

The top diplomats of both the nations signed a mutual agreement which will grant their citizens via free access for leisure travel to their respective countries. Both diplomats expressed the hope that the agreement will result in greater movement/visits/ travel by the peoples of both countries.

Holders of valid passports, of all types, of each country, will no longer require a visa to enter or transit through the territory of the other.

St Kitts and Nevis High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, Kevin Isaac signed the agreement on the behalf of Government of St Kitts and Nevis. After signing the agreement he tweeted: Absolute pleasure to sign this agreement with my colleague to remove visas between our two countries. More importantly and are taking steps to improve people diplomacy.

"Extremely important to develop relations and relationships with fellow UN member countries to improve networks and be better placed to optimise the benefits of these relationships," he said in another tweet replying to the tweet of St Kitts and Nevis foreign minister mark Brantley.