St Kitts and Nevis and the Republic of North Macedonia sign a visa waiver in order to improve relations.
St Kitts and Nevis and North Macedonia have signed a mutual visa waiver agreement. Citizens of both countries can enter, exit and travel through nations without a visa.
Visa Waiver Strengthens Diplomatic Ties
On the 15th of December 2020, St Kitts and Nevis High Commissioner, Dr Kevin M. Isaacs signed the visa waiver agreement with Ambassador of the Republic of North Macedonia to the United Kingdom, Her Excellency Alexsandra Miovska.
The visa waiver agreement brings the two countries closer together and holds high regard to the leadership as well as the people of St Kitts and Nevis and North Macedonia.
The new diplomatic ties between the dual island nation and North Macedonia are a step towards excellent tourism and business travel, which will enhance the relations between these two countries.
“Proud today to sign visa waiver agreement between St Kitts and Nevis and North Macedonia through our high representatives in London. St Kitts and Nevis look forward to deeper people to people contacts between our two countries,” tweeted Mark Brantley, the Foreign Minister of St Kitts and Nevis.
Proud today to sign #visa #waiver agreement between #StKitts #Nevis and #NorthMacedonia through our high representatives in #London. #StKitts #Nevis looks forward to deeper people to people contacts between our two countries #DiplomacyMatters pic.twitter.com/eZH2RQ24I0
— Hon. Mark Brantley (@markbrantley3) December 15, 2020
Aleksandra Miovska, Ambassador of the Republic of North Macedonia to the United Kingdom, also took to Twitter on the day and said, “After establishing diplomatic relations in 2019, today I had the pleasure of signing the first agreement between North Macedonia and St Kitts and Nevis with Dr Kevin Isaac, High Commissioner of St Kitts and Nevis on the exemption of visa requirements.”
After establishing diplomatic relations in 2019, today I had the pleasure of signing the first Agreement btw ?? and ?? with Dr Kevin Isaac, High Commissioner of St. Kitts and Nevis on the exemption of visa requirements. @MKembassyUK @sknhcuk@MFA_MKD pic.twitter.com/Y0pQWe9NvI
— Amb Aleksandra Miovska (@a_miovska) December 15, 2020
St Kitts and Nevis continues to establish relations across the globe. Recently, St Kitts and Nevis signed diplomatic ties with the Kingdom of Jordan through their High Representatives in London. The dual island nation currently has a visa-free passage to nearly 160 destinations around the world.
Citizenship by Investment with St Kitts and Nevis
St Kitts and Nevis also boasts the longest-standing Citizenship by Investment Programme in the world and is known for its fast processing time as well as its strict due diligent processes.
Part of the appeal of St Kitts and Nevis’ CBI programme is the extensive travel opportunities, as the country continues to increase the number of visa-free and visa-on-arrival destinations for its citizens. It allows ease of access to 70 percent of the world, including the UK, Hong Kong as well as the Schengen zone countries, and now North Macedonia.
The fastest and most straightforward route to second citizenship in St Kitts and Nevis is the Sustainable Growth Fund, which currently offers applicants a limited-time offer. Until January 15th, 2021, families of up to four who choose to become citizens only need to invest $150,000 instead of $195,000.
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