The Presidents of Georgia and the Republic of Northern Macedonia have signed an agreement on “Exemption from Visa Obligations between the Governments of Georgia and the Republic of Northern Macedonia,” the presidential press service reports.
The aim of the agreement is to introduce favorable conditions for mutual access for the citizens of the two countries. The agreement provides for the right of persons holding a biometric passport to enter, stop or transit through the country without a visa.
The Minister of Culture, Sports, and Youth Affairs of Georgia Tea Tsulukiani and the Minister of Culture of Northern Macedonia Irena Stefoska signed a memorandum on cooperation in the field of culture.
The memorandum aims to deepen relations between two countries, as well as to develop cultural ties, encourage research, exchange information, facilitate participation in seminars, conferences, and other cultural events.
By Ketevan Skhirtladze