On Unilateral Cancellation Of Visa Requirement In Relation To The Countries

Original Language Title: o jednostranném zrušení vízové povinnosti ve vztahu k zemím

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Read the untranslated law here: https://portal.gov.cz/app/zakony/download?idBiblio=57920&nr=273~2F2004~20Sb.&ft=txt

273/2004 Sb.



GOVERNMENT REGULATION



of 28 June. April 2004 on unilateral abolition of visas in

relation to the Principality of Andorra, the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela,

Federative Republic, Guatemala, Japan, the Republic of

The Principality of Monackému, the Nicaraguan Republic, New Zealand,

The Republic of Paraguay, the Republic of El Salvador, San Marinské Republic,

The Holy See, the Sovereign Knights, the Special

administrative region of China, Hong Kong Special

administrative region of the people's Republic and for holders of the Macau SAR

travel documents of the United Nations "Laissez-Passer"



Change: 273/2004 Coll. (part)



Change: 273/2004 Coll. (part)



Change: 273/2004 Coll. (part)



Change: 273/2004 Coll. (part)



Change: 156/2007 Sb.



The Government ordered pursuant to section 181 of the Act No. 326/1999 SB. on residence of aliens on the

the territory of the Czech Republic and amending certain laws, as amended by Act No.

140/2001 Coll. and Act No. 222/2003 Coll., and to complement the range

specified immediately binding regulation of the European Communities: ^ 1)



§ 1



(1) holders of valid diplomatic passports and the Andorran

Principality may enter the territory of the Czech Republic, and temporarily here

to stay without a visa for a period not exceeding 3 months, if it is not the purpose of their stay

the exercise of gainful employment. Holders of valid diplomatic passports

The Principality of Andorra, who travel on the territory of the Czech Republic as

members of the diplomatic mission or consular post to the onset of their functions,

they can stay and reside freely within the territory of the Czech Republic for their

staff allocation without visas. The same rules apply for family

nationals who are living with the persons referred to in the preceding sentence in the

common household, where they are holding a valid diplomatic

passports of the Principality of Andorra.



(2) holders of valid passports of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

may enter the territory of the Czech Republic, and temporarily reside there without

visas for a maximum period of 3 months, if it is not the purpose of their stay at the performance

gainful employment.



(3) cancelled



(4) cancelled



(5) holders of diplomatic, official and valid passports

Japan may enter the territory of the Czech Republic, and temporarily here

to stay without a visa for a period not exceeding 3 months, if it is not the purpose of their stay

the exercise of gainful employment. Holders of valid diplomatic and official

Japan passports who are traveling on the territory of the Czech Republic as members of the

the diplomatic mission or consular post to the onset of their function, can

stay and reside freely on the territory of the Czech Republic for a period of

allocation without visas. The same rules apply for family members who

living with the persons referred to in the preceding sentence in the same household, if

they are also holding a valid diplomatic and official passports of Japan.



(6) the Holders of valid diplomatic, official duty and passports

The Principality of Monaco may enter the territory of the Czech Republic and

here to stay temporarily without a visa for a period not exceeding 3 months, if it is not the purpose of

their stay at the exercise of gainful employment.



(7) cancelled



(8) the holders of diplomatic, official and valid passports of the new

Zealand may enter the territory of the Czech Republic, and temporarily here

to stay without a visa for a period not exceeding 3 months, if it is not the purpose of their stay

the exercise of gainful employment. Holders of valid diplomatic and official

New Zealand passports who are traveling on the territory of the Czech Republic as

members of the diplomatic mission or consular post to the onset of their functions,

they can stay and reside freely within the territory of the Czech Republic for their

staff allocation without visas. The same rules apply for family

nationals who are living with the persons referred to in the preceding sentence in the

common household, where they are holding a valid diplomatic

and official passports of New Zealand.



(9) cancelled



(10) the holders of valid ordinary, diplomatic or official passports

The Republic of El Salvador, may enter the territory of the Czech Republic and

here to stay temporarily without a visa for a period not exceeding 3 months, if it is not the purpose of

their stay at the exercise of gainful employment.



(11) the holders of valid diplomatic passports, official duty and San

Marinské States may enter the territory of the Czech Republic, and temporarily

here to stay without a visa for a period not exceeding 3 months, if it is not the purpose of their

stay at the exercise of gainful employment.



(12) the Holders of valid diplomatic, official duty and passports

The Holy See may enter the territory of the Czech Republic, and temporarily here

to stay without a visa for a period not exceeding 3 months, if it is not the purpose of their stay

the exercise of gainful employment. Holders of valid diplomatic and service

passports of the Holy See, who travel on the territory of the Czech Republic as

members of diplomatic missions to the onset of their functions, they can stay on and

reside freely within the territory of the Czech Republic for the duration of their service without allocation

visas. The same rules apply for family members who live with

the persons referred to in the preceding sentence in the same household, if they are

also holding a valid diplomatic and service passports of the Holy

Of the Holy See.



(13) the holders of valid diplomatic passports of the sovereign of the order

Malta may enter the territory of the Czech Republic, and temporarily

here to stay without a visa for a period not exceeding 3 months, if it is not the purpose of their

stay at the exercise of gainful employment. Holders of valid diplomatic passports

The sovereign knights who travel on the territory of the United

States as members of the diplomatic missions to the onset of their function, can

stay and reside freely on the territory of the Czech Republic for a period of

allocation without visas. The same rules apply for family members who

living with the persons referred to in the preceding sentence in the same household, if

they are also holding a valid diplomatic passports of the sovereign of the order

Maltese Knights.



(2) holders of valid passports special administrative region

The people's Republic of China Hong Kong may enter the territory of the United

the Republic and reside there temporarily without a visa for a period of not more than 3 months,

If it is not the purpose of their stay at the exercise of gainful employment.



(15) the holders of a valid Special Administrative Region passports

Republic of China Macao can enter the territory of the Czech Republic

and here to stay temporarily without a visa for a period not exceeding 3 months, unless

the purpose of their stay at the exercise of gainful employment.



(16) the holders of valid travel documents of the United Nations

(hereinafter referred to as the "UNITED NATIONS") "Laissez-Passer" issued in accordance with the Convention on the privileges and

immunities of the United Nations, which has been approved by the United Nations General Assembly on 13 November.

February 1946, and under the Convention on the privileges and immunities of international

professional organization, which was approved by the UN General Assembly on

on November 21, 1947, may enter the territory of the Czech Republic and

here to stay temporarily without a visa for a period not exceeding 3 months, if it is not the purpose of

their stay at the exercise of gainful employment. Holders of valid

travel documents, who are accredited at the representative offices of the UNITED NATIONS

in the Czech Republic, may stay in the territory of the Czech Republic without a visa after

the time of the allocation.



§ 2



Shall be repealed:



1. Government Decree No 349/2001 Coll., on the abolition of the visa requirement for

holders of Special Administrative Region passports of the people's

Republic of Macao.



2. Government Regulation No. 350/2001 Coll., on the abolition of the visa requirement for

holders of Special Administrative Region passports of the people's

Republic of Hong Kong.



3. Government Regulation No. 460/2001 Coll., on the abolition of the visa requirement for

holders of diplomatic passports, official and Japan.



4. Government Regulation No. 461/2001 Coll., on the abolition of the visa requirement for

holders of diplomatic, official and New Zealand passports.



5. Government Regulation No. 574/2002 Coll., amending Decree-Law No.

461/2001 Coll., on the abolition of visas for holders of diplomatic,

official and New Zealand passports.



6. Government Regulation No. 467/2001 Coll., on the abolition of the visa requirement for

holders of diplomatic passports and the Principality of Andorra.



7. Government Regulation No. 467/2001 Coll., on the unilateral cancellation of the visa

obligations in relation to the Principality of Monackému, San Marinské Republic,

The Holy See and the Sovereign Knights.



8. Government Regulation No. 485/2001 Coll., on the abolition of the visa requirement for

the holder of the travel documents of the United Nations

"Laissez-Passer", the travel document of the European Union "Laissez-Passer", and

emergency travel document of the European Union "Emergency Travel

Document ".



§ 3



(1) this Regulation shall enter into force on the date of its publication.



(2) the provisions of § 1 (1). 4 shall expire on the date of entry

the agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom and the Government of Brazil

Federal Republic on partial abolition of visas, approved

the Government of the United States on 10. March 2004.



(3) the provisions of § 1 (1). 5 shall expire on the date of entry

the agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom and the Government of Guatemala


Republic on the abolition of visas, approved by the Government of the Czech Republic

on 19 December. November 2003.



(4) the provisions of § 1 (1). 8 shall expire on the date of entry

the validity of the agreement between the Government of the Czech Republic and the Government of Nicaragua

Republic on the abolition of visa requirement for holders of passports,

approved by the Government of the United Kingdom on 31 December 2004. March 2004.



(5) the provisions of § 1 (1). 10 shall expire on the date of entry

the validity of the agreement between the Government of the Czech Republic and the Government of Paraguay

Republic on the abolition of visa requirement for holders of passports,

approved by the Government of the United Kingdom on 19 December. November 2003.



(6) the provisions of § 1 (1). 11 shall expire on the date of entry

the validity of the agreement between the Government of the Czech Republic and the Government of El Salvador

Republic on the abolition of visas, approved by the Government of the Czech Republic

17 May. March 2004.



Prime Minister:



PhDr. In r.



Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs:



JUDr. Freedom in the r.



1) Article. 4 (4). 1 (b). a) and article. 4 (4). 3 Council Regulation (EC) No.

539/2001 of 15 March 2001. in March 2001, which lays down the list of third countries,

whose nationals must have visas when crossing the external borders of the

Visa, as well as a list of third countries whose nationals are exempt from

This requirement.