The visa-free agreement between Georgia and Armenia entered into force on Thursday. The Prime Ministers of both nations signed it on January 12, 2023.
As explained by the Georgian Foreign Ministry, “the agreement seeks to introduce more favorable conditions for mutual traffic.”
Citizens of Georgia and Armenia will be permitted to travel using a biometric ID, according to the deal.
Georgian Parliament Speaker Shalva Papuashvili praised the visa-free agreement between Georgia and Armenia.
The Speaker called it “a remarkable opportunity for two friendly nations to foster closer connections through hassle-free travel.”
“Exciting news! Now, citizens from Georgia and Armenia can effortlessly travel between the two countries using their convenient ID cards, replacing the passport travel system and granting greater flexibility and freedom to explore. This is a remarkable opportunity for two friendly nations to foster closer connections through hassle-free travel,” Papuashvili tweeted.