Mexico opens visa-free entry for tourism, culture and business – El País

According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the governments of the Plurinational State of Bolivia and the United Mexican States, in compliance with the agreements concluded between the two countries’ presidents last March, are moving ahead with the suppression of the visitor. The requirement to obtain a visa without permission to carry out paid activities for the benefit of citizens of Bolivia will come into effect on May 24, 2021.

Meanwhile, the necessary procedures have been completed for this purpose, and the current visa scheme remains for Bolivian citizens who wish to travel to Mexico.

President Louis Ars Katakura was also announced through his social networks, citing

“Based on what was agreed upon with Brother President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador during my official visit, from May 24, Bolivians will be able to enter # Mexico without a visa and only hold a passport. This progress in bilateral relations allows us to further integrate our peoples. Latin united! ”

Meanwhile, the letter from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs also indicates that this ruling, as a result of the extraordinary efforts of the Mexican-Bolivian Task Force on Immigration and Consular Affairs, will enhance the integration of our peoples and facilitate mobility for tourism, cultural and commercial purposes. Citizens of both countries by allowing ordinary Bolivian passport holders to request entry to Mexico for up to 180 days on condition of residency as a visitor. At the same time, Mexican citizens may enter Bolivia under the same conditions on the same date.

I am glad to inform you that, starting May 24, Bolivians will be able to enter Mexico without a visa. We appreciate the will of our presidents, LuchoXBolivia and _ lopezobrador, the efforts of our institutions and the friendship that unite us, ”said Foreign Minister Rogelio Maita on his Twitter account.

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In both cases, the entry requirements set by the regulations in force in each country must be met.

With this decision, the bonds of brotherhood and cooperation between the two countries are renewed, and the commitments made between their leaderships will be fulfilled in the various meetings.

Aileen Morales

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