(Yicai Global) Nov. 28 -- China and Bosnia and Herzegovina signed a visa exemption agreement to waive visas for ordinary passport holders. Foreign ministers of China and Bosnia and Herzegovina signed the agreement at the Sixth Meeting of Heads of Government of China and 16 Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC) in Budapest, Hungary.
The deal will make Bosnia and Herzegovina the second European country to waive visa requirements for Chinese citizens once the agreement takes effect, state-run CCTV reported today.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is located on the Balkan Peninsula and is bordered by Serbia to the east, Montenegro to the southeast and Croatia to the north and west. It covers 51,129 square kilometers of land, with Sarajevo as its capital.
Serbia is the first European country to waive visa requirements for Chinese citizens. The agreement between China and Bosnia-Herzegovina will take effect after the relevant institutions of the two countries approve it.