China, Thailand sign mutual visa waiver agreements, set to take effect on March 1

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Thailand and China agreed to waive visa requirements for each other’s nationals to facilitate travel and tourism between the two countries, Thai Foreign Minister Parnpree Bahiddha-nukara said on Sunday.

The mutual visa exemption takes effect on March 1, Chinese state television CCTV reported.

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The agreement was signed during a visit by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to Thailand.

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