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Emirati citizens can travel visa-free to Japan under a new partnership signed on Wednesday that aims to strengthen bilateral relations.
The strategic agreement intends to increase bilateral diplomatic, economic, and political engagement, commerce, and investment.
Dr. Sultan Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology and the UAE’s special envoy to Japan, together with Yoshimasa Hayashi, Japan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, signed the agreement in Tokyo.
Dr. Al Jaber stated that the agreement would promote tourism, cultural, and academic contact between the two countries and new commerce, trade, and investment opportunities.
According to the state news agency Wam, the date of the exemption from entry-visa requirements will be revealed in due time. BKM/ Expat Media
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