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An Exchange Agreement between Saint Kitts and Nevis and Palestine for visa waiver

On the 12th of last October, and on the margin of the conference’s meetings held in the Serbian capital Belgrade, a reciprocal agreement was signed by the State of Saint Kitts and Nevis and the State of Palestine with the aim of exempting visa, as this came in a series of continuous efforts by Saint Kitts to enhance its International relations.

During the signing, the foreign ministers of the two countries agreed to expand the horizons of cooperation between the two countries, not only in the field of visa exemption, but also in the fields of tourism and cooperation between the two countries. The Minister of State of Palestine also reviewed the possibility of exchanging experiences and knowledge that could contribute to strengthening the relationship between the two countries. In turn, the two ministers invited the other to work on activating more opportunities to develop bilateral relations.

Saint Kitts and Nevis and the State of Palestine have enjoyed friendly relations since the establishment of diplomatic relations in July 2019. This signing is a positive step towards the continuous efforts of the State of Saint Kitts to expand its diplomatic scope by deepening and strengthening relations with various countries.

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