Antigua and Barbuda, Kosovo ink agreement to abolish visa requirements

 Sunday, July 28, 2019 


Establishing diplomatic relations, the governments of Antigua and Barbuda and the Republic of Kosovo signed agreements simultaneously to abolish visa requirements between their nations.


The agreements were signed in Washington, DC by the ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda, Sir Ronald Sanders, and the Republic of Kosovo’s Ambassador, Vlora Citaku.
At the signing ceremony, the two ambassadors expressed the joint view that global inter-connectedness in telecommunication and transportation provide real opportunities for trade, investment and tourism which will be vigorously pursued.


Commenting on the two agreements, Sir Ronald said that “they are in keeping with the policies of the Gaston Browne administration to maintain friendly and cooperative relations with as many nations as possible and to abolish the requirements for visas for tourism, business and investment”.


He noted that with this latest abolition of visa requirements, the Antigua and Barbuda passport “continues its high rating as one of the strongest and most acceptable in the world”.


Citaku said that her government recognizes that, despite its size, Antigua and Barbuda plays a dynamic role in Caribbean and hemispheric affairs.


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