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Tunisia announces visa-free policy for Iranian, Iraqi tourists

Jun 15, 2024

Tunis [Tunisia], June 15: Tunisia on Friday allowed visa-free entry of Iranian and Iraqi tourists, effective from June 15.
The Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a visa exemption for holders of ordinary Iraqi passports for tourism purposes. The exemption allows stays of up to 15 days within a 180-day period. Travelers must present a valid hotel reservation and a round-trip plane ticket.
"Ordinary Iranian passport holders will also be exempted from the entry visa to Tunisia as of June 15," said the statement, without giving further details.
The Iraqi Foreign Ministry welcomed Tunisia's decision, saying it would boost the number of Iraqi tourists visiting Tunisia and enhance economic and trade cooperation between the two countries.
Source: Xinhua

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