India clears visa-free facility for Albanian diplomatic passport-holders

 Government today gave its nod for signing of an agreement on the abolition of visa requirement for holders of diplomatic and official/service passports between India and Albania.

New Delhi: Government today gave its nod for signing of an agreement on the abolition of visa requirement for holders of diplomatic and official/service passports between India and Albania.

The Union Cabinet which met under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi cleared a proposal in this regard.

The agreement will facilitate visa-free travel for diplomatic and official/service passport-holders of one country while entering into, transiting through, exiting from or staying for up to 90 days in the territory of the other country.

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