Croatia lifts travel visas for Albanians

Croatia abolished visas Saturday (January 1st) for Albanian citizens travelling to its territory. Before this, only summer travel was visa-free. From now on, Albanians will be able to spend up to 90 days in Croatia without a visa. The foreign ministry in Tirana welcomed the move, saying it would boost the relationship between the two countries.

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