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Monday, May 30, 2005
Israeli citizens will no longer need a visa to visit Romania following an agreement reached between the two countries, the Romanian government has announced.
The arrangement will go into effect in some three months and will apply to recreational visits lasting under three months, Army Radio reported.
The Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem has not yet confirmed the announcement.
Two years ago the Romanian government made the unexpected decision to require Israeli visitors to apply for a visa before entering their country, attainable at the Romania's embassy in Israel. The decision caused many Israelis to cancel travel plans to Romania.
Posted by Iulia Rasoiu : 5/30/2005 09:50:00 am
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