Bosnia and Herzegovina and China visa free mutual recognition has been confirmed effective in May 29th.

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 Bosnia and Herzegovina and China visa free mutual recognition has been confirmed effective in May 29th.


According to the news of the Ministry of foreign affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Chinese Embassy in China, Chen Bo, the Chinese ambassador to the Bosnia and Herzegovina, submitted a note to the entry into force of the agreement on the entry into force of the agreement between the government of the Peoples Republic of China and the ministerial conference of Bosnia and Herzegovina on visa exemption for ordinary passport holders. The two sides confirmed that the agreement will come into effect on May 29, 2018. The above agreement was signed by the State Councilor Wang Yi and the Minister for Foreign Affairs (Minister of Foreign Affairs) and F Werner Dark, the Minister for foreign affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, during the Sixth China - Central and Eastern European Union meeting in Budapest in November 27, 2017. The Embassy of the Chinese Embassy in Hong Kong warned that the agreement came into force in May 29, 2018. Chinese citizens still need to visas for their regular passports to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Source: CCTV News Mobile editor: Huang Zhecheng _B9302 According to the news of the Ministry of foreign affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Chinese Embassy in China, Chen Bo, the Chinese ambassador to the Bosnia and Herzegovina, submitted a note to the entry into force of the agreement on the entry into force of the agreement between the government of the Peoples Republic of China and the ministerial conference of Bosnia and Herzegovina on visa exemption for ordinary passport holders. The two sides confirmed that the agreement will come into effect on May 29, 2018. The above agreement was signed by the State Councilor Wang Yi and the Minister for Foreign Affairs (Minister of Foreign Affairs) and F Werner Dark, the Minister for foreign affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, during the Sixth China - Central and Eastern European Union meeting in Budapest in November 27, 2017. The Embassy of the Chinese Embassy in Hong Kong warned that the agreement came into force in May 29, 2018. Chinese citizens still need to visas for their regular passports to Bosnia and Herzegovina.