UAE and Bosnia and Herzegovina Sign MoU for Visa-Free Travel
In a landmark decision poised to deepen the ties between the United Arab Emirates and Bosnia and Herzegovina, both nations have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on visa exemption. This agreement, signed on November 6, 2023, is a step forward in facilitating seamless travel, trade, and interpersonal connections between the two countries.
Under the signed MoU, citizens of the UAE and Bosnia and Herzegovina, who hold valid ordinary passports, can enjoy the benefits of visa-free travel to each other’s country. This initiative is set to pave the way for increased cultural exchanges, economic expansion, and a bolstered tourism sector.
The MoU was endorsed by Reem bint Ibrahim Al Hashemy, UAE Minister of State for International Cooperation, and her counterpart, Elmedin Konaković, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Distinguished attendees of the signing ceremony included Zlatan Burzić, Director of the Office of the Bosnian Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Mirela Bubalo, Counsellor for the Bosnian Minister of Foreign Affairs. The signing was marked by mutual acknowledgment of the MoU’s significance in fortifying the friendship and cooperation between the two nations.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is renowned as a European Balkan gem that lures millions of international tourists, enticing them with its picturesque landscapes, storied past, and rich cultural heritage.