Bosnian foreign minister said that an agreement to lift visa requirement between Bosnia and China should be enforced by January 1, 2018. Igor Crnadak told Fena news agency that the agreement was approved by the Bosnian Council of Ministers this week.
According to the minister, the agreement is the result of lengthy talks with China. Before an official signing, the document must be approved by the Bosnian Presidency. Minister Crnadak said that the agreement should be signed by China’s foreign minister at a November 27 conference in Budapest, Hungary.
The final step will be the agreement ratification in the Bosnian parliament.
Bosnians can currently travel to 101 countries without a visa. Those include the Schengen treaty countries and most of European countries (UK still requires a visa), Russia, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea and Turkey.