The visa exemption agreement between China and Georgia will come into effect on May 28th

Holding a valid Georgian ordinary passport or a valid People’s Republic of China ordinary passport, entering, exiting or transiting through the other contracting party, with a single stay of no more than 30 days and a cumulative stay of no more than 90 days every 180 days, is exempt from visa application.

On April 29th, the Chinese Embassy in Georgia announced that our Ambassador to Georgia, Zhou Qian, submitted a note to the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, Hevtishashvili, confirming that China has completed the domestic approval procedures for the “Agreement between China and Georgia on Mutual Exemption of Visas for Ordinary Passport Holders”.

The completion of the replacement procedures marks the official entry into force of the agreement between China and Georgia on the mutual exemption of visas for ordinary passport holders on May 28th. According to the agreement, those who hold a valid Georgian ordinary passport or a valid People’s Republic of China ordinary passport and enter, exit or transit through the other contracting party shall not stay for more than 30 days in a single stay, and shall not stay for more than 90 days in total every 180 days, and shall be exempt from visa application.

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