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No Visa Now Required For Georgia Or Thailand

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced yesterday that the visa requirement for both Georgia and Thailand has been lifted

Now any Slovak, or even foreigners with permanent residence here, who plans to travel to Georgia for less than 360 days, can head off without a visa. The new visa-free system has essentially been in place since the middle of July, but travellers still have to have a valid passport, of course.

In respect of the cancellation of visas to Thailand, as of yesterday a visa is not required for anyone travelling there for less than 30 days. Over that limit, a special visa will be required. Thailand has also cancelled the visa requirement for the Czech Republic, Hungary, Lichtenstein, Poland and Slovenia.

1 Comment for “No Visa Now Required For Georgia Or Thailand”

  1. George M

    Does that NO VISA apply for just the Slovak perverts and child molesters, or Old Tennessee American ones as well ?

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