Uzbekistan plans to introduce visa-free regime for citizens of 22 more states

Uzbekistan plans to introduce a visa-free regime for citizens of 22 more states. This was stated by the Acting First Deputy Chairman of the State Committee for Tourism Ulugbek Kasimhodjaev.

He noted that the Government of Uzbekistan is considering a draft of the relevant document.

Today Uzbekistan has established a visa-free regime with 18 countries, including bilateral – with the CIS countries, including Russia, and Georgia.

From February 2018, Uzbekistan introduced a visa-free regime for citizens of Israel, Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Turkey and Japan. This list was expanded with Tajikistan in March and France in October.

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