Relations between Armenia and China have recorded positive and stable growth dynamics, both in the sphere of politics, economy and culture, said Armenian Deputy Foreign Minister Avet Adonts at the Armenian parliament on Monday.
According to him, the abolition of the visa regime between Armenia and China will positively affect not only tourism performance, but also the intensification of cultural cooperation.
The deputy minister explained that the new agreement provides for the exemption of citizens of the two countries from the requirement of entry visas during their stay on the territory of both countries for less than 90 days.
However, for the purpose of work or any other activity study or permanent residence, citizens will be required to obtain an entry visa.
He added that the agreement contains certain reservations regarding the entire territory of China, with the exception of Hong Kong and Macau, other legal regulations will apply for these regions.