Union Cabinet approved agreement with Spain on abolishing visa requirements for diplomatic passports

Jun 18, 2015 16:14 IST

Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 17 June 2015 approved the agreement between India and Spain on abolishing visa requirements for the holders of diplomatic passports.

The Agreement will facilitate visa-free travel for holders of diplomatic passport of one country while entering into, transiting through, exiting from or staying for up to 90 days in the territory of the other country with additional safeguards.

In order to prevent the misuse of this facility certain safeguards have also been proposed.

Similar agreements on abolishing visa requirements for diplomatic passports holders have been signed by India with 40 countries.

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