Armenia, Iran establish visa-free regime
Baku, Azerbaijan, June 2
Armenian government at its meeting June 2 approved the agreement on establishing a visa-free regime between Armenia and Iran, Tert.am reported.
Armenia's Deputy Foreign Minister Shavarsh Kocharyan said the agreement's signing is based on the need to encourage bilateral relations between Armenia and Iran.
The agreement aims to regulate the mutual visits of the two states' citizens.
The agreement envisages that the two countries' citizens, holding regular and diplomatic passports, can enter, leave and stay in the territory of one of these two countries without a visa for a maximum of 90 days after every 180 days.