The Embassy of the former Soviet Republic was the venue for the signing, which represents a concrete expression of both countries’ mutual aspiration to further promote the development of bilateral relations, and to encourage and facilitate travel of citizens of and between both countries.
Holders of valid passports -of all types- of each country will no longer require a visa to enter or transit through the territory of the other.
Her Excellency Verna Mills signed for and on behalf of the Government of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis, while Ambassador Aleksandr Aleksandrov performed the honours for and on behalf of his Government.
Both diplomats expressed the hope that the Agreement will indeed result in greater movement/visits/ travel by the peoples of both countries.
The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis established diplomatic relations with the Republic of Belarus on the 4th June 2016.
“Inclusion in this prestigious list is a testament to all the hard work by everybody involved in the development of the Park Hyatt St. Kitts, as well as the quality of the design and construction of the property,” said Mohammed Asaria, founder and vice chairman of Range Developments. “Since opening in November last year, the hotel has received superb feedback from guests, as well as, the world’s leading travel publications. We will continue to work hard to live up to the name and to maintain high standards our projects are praised for.”
Park Hyatt St. Kitts has been on the radar of honeymooners since Delta Airlines rolled out bi-weekly direct flights to St. Kitts. The world renowned Martha Stewart Weddings magazine describes the resort as the “chicest mini-moon destination” where you “immediately want to Instagram” and enjoy the first Caribbean Miraval-branded spa that will “reset both mind and body”.
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