On Tuesday, the authorities declared that from now the Emiratis can visit Uzbekistan without a pre-entry visa. The decision has been effective on March 20. The Emiratis now will be able to travel to the Republic of Uzbekistan without a pre-entry visa and they can stay there up to 30 days.
Bader Al Awadhi, Director of Consular Services at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, said: “The initiative of the Government of Uzbekistan to exempt UAE nationals from diplomatic, special and ordinary passports from the previous visas is an important achievement.”
This is considered as an exceptional achievement attained by the UAE diplomacy led by Shaikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
According to Al Awadhi, the decision has presented strong bonding between the two countries which were built on the basis of mutual cooperation in the various fields of economics, politics, and trade.

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