Armenia and Serbia have put an end to visas to make travelling easier between the two countries.

Pan Armenian reports Armenia’s government approved a proposal from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to lift the visa requirement for Serbians.

According to the news agency, Serbia decided last year to remove visa requirements for Armenians.

Armenians can enter, transit and stay in Serbia for a maximum of 90 days within a period of 180 days.

Avet Adonts, Deputy Foreign Minister of Armenia, says once the proposal is approved in Armenia, the same rules will apply to Serbians.

According to Henley Passport Index, Armenian passport holders can now visit 62 countries visa free.

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