Nciht nur für Touristen wird die Visa Gebühr wegfallen, sondern auch die Ein- und Ausreise Gebühren für Albaner
Government liberalises visas for tourists
The Government will approve in its coming meeting a draft-law for the liberalisation of visas for tourist coming to our country. This draft-law was prepared by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture, Sports and Youth and it as made known by Prime Minister Berisha during yesterday’s meeting of government. During his word, the Prime Minister stressed the approval of this package for the liberalisation of visas for tourists coming to our country is a necessary step for the development of tourism sector. This liberalisation of visas, according to the Prime Minister, is in compliance with the criteria of the European Union.“We are asking for the liberalisation of visas for Albanians, but, on the other hand, we have practices that need to be changed, especially in accordance with demands of the tourist season, for tourists visiting our country. It is important that Adriatic and Ionian Seas have tourist continuity. In this context, following the criteria of the European Union, we should impose for the new liberalisation a new visa practice for those coming to Albania from other countries,” Berisha said. In function of this scope, according to Berisha, all bureaucracies should be eliminated. On the other hand, the head of ruling majority said the government will take in consideration the matter of fees’ differentiation done to Albanians and citizens of Macedonia. “These citizens should be treated equally. There could not be two standards. It should also include citizens of Montenegro. They should have the same treatment regarding the fee they pay to enter or exit Albania. We should remove the differentiation regarding Macedonians and make it equal as Albanians,” Prime Minister Berisha said further.
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