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Kazakhstan and South Korea have canceled visas

The agreement on visa-free travel between Kazakhstan and South Korea came into force on November 29, 2014, the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan reports.

"The signed document is an indicator of a high level of trust between the two countries and will contribute to the further development of cooperation in all spheres, the expansion of direct contacts between Kazakhstan and South Korea," the message says.

Now citizens of Kazakhstan can stay in South Korea without a visa for 30 days. The same amount can be spent in Kazakhstan by citizens of South Korea.

The corresponding agreement was signed this summer by the presidents of the two countries, Nursultan Nazarbayev and Pak Geun-hye. “The signing of this agreement became possible thanks to the active and scrupulous work of the foreign ministries of the two countries,” the Kazakh foreign ministry said.

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