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India and Belarus launch Discussion on Visa Facilitation

India and Belarus' foreign ministers have talked about making it easier for people to get visas to visit each other's countries.
 

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The ministers talked about links between regions, with a focus on making it simpler for students to exchange, especially Indian students who study in Belarus. Indian citizens can enter Belarus without a visa for up to 30 days through Minsk National Airport.
 

Belarus and India are starting to talk about making it easier to get visas. This is a big step forward in their relationship with each other. The important news came up during talks in New Delhi between the Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus, Sergei Aleinik.The world reports.
 

During the breaks, the ministers talked about different parts of their relationships, such as government and interregional links. They also said good things about the current law environment and humanitarian cooperation, with a focus on boosting educational exchanges such as training Indian students in Belarus.

The ambassadors discuss about how the EAEU and India may work together, along with other international groupings. At the same time, they explored how the EAEU and India may work together, along with other international groupings.

The Belarusian team also visited India’s Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers, Mansukh Mandaviya, in Delhi. They largely spoke about providing enough food, exporting Belarusian engineering products, and working together on medicine and chemicals.

Sergei Aleinik pointed out that India is expanding swiftly and is already the fifth largest economy globally. Last year, its GDP went grown by seven percent. According to him, India might surpass Germany and become the fourth-largest economy by 2028.

Currently, signed 28 agreements between Belarus and India. They also claimed they’re now working on six to seven additional deals.

Belavia Plans for Increased Flights Starting April Sergei emphasized that launching Belarusian Airlines Belavia’s direct route last year has set the way for stronger collaboration. Starting from April, Belavia wants to enhance the number of flights.


Moreover, Belarus grants visa-free entrance to Indian nationals, enabling them to remain up to 30 days. However, they may only depart Belarus through Minsk National Airport.

For Indian people to enter the Republic of Belarus visa-free through Minsk National Airport, they need to complete particular requirements:

A valid regular passport for overseas travel.
Financial means
: They must have at least €25 (or equivalent in dollars or Belarusian rubles) per day of their stay.
Medical insurance: They require coverage for at least €10,000, which applies to Belarus. This insurance may be given by Indian firms or acquired upon arriving at Minsk National Airport.

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