Visa Waiver Agreement With Cyprus

Original Language Title: Dohoda o zrušení vízové povinnosti s Kyprem

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Read the untranslated law here: https://portal.gov.cz/app/zakony/download?idBiblio=43143&nr=186~2F1995~20Sb.&ft=txt

186/1995 Sb.



The COMMUNICATION FROM the



Ministry of Foreign Affairs



Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that the 23 July. June 1995 was in

Nicosia signed agreement between the Government of the Czech Republic and the Government of the Republic of Cyprus

Republic on the abolition of visa requirements.



Agreement entered into force, pursuant to article 11 on 31 December.

July 1995. That date of expiry of the Agreement between the Government of the United

and Slovak Federal Republic and the Government of the Republic of Cyprus on the abolition of

the visa requirement for holders of diplomatic and service passports of the day

on November 26, 1991.



The Czech version of the agreement shall be published at the same time.



The AGREEMENT



between the Government of the United Kingdom and the Government of the Republic of Cyprus on the abolition of

visa requirements



The Government of the United Kingdom and the Government of the Republic of Cyprus (hereinafter referred to as "the Contracting

Parties "), in an effort to consolidate the friendly relations between the two countries have agreed

at the conclusion of this agreement on the abolition of the visa requirement:



Article 1



1. the citizens of the United States and citizens of the Republic of Cyprus, who are

holders of valid travel documents referred to in the annex to this agreement,

the State may enter the territory of the other contracting party without a visa and stay

there for no longer than thirty (30) days from the date of entry.



2. the citizens of the State of one Contracting Party who wish to enter the territory

the State of the other Contracting Party for the purpose of long-term or permanent residence,

of study, employment or other gainful activity, with the exception of the case

referred to in article 2 of this agreement, you must obtain the necessary prior to entry

visas to the competent authorities of the receiving State.



Article 2



1. the citizens of the State of one Contracting Party--holders of valid

of diplomatic or service passports, who are members of a diplomatic mission

or consular office in the territory of the other Contracting Party, may

Enter the territory of that State and to reside there for their service

allocation without visas.



2. the members of the family, living with the persons referred to in paragraph 1 in

together, they can for the staff allocation of these people

reside freely within the territory of the other contracting party without a visa if they are alone

holders of diplomatic or service passports.



Article 3



Citizens of the State of one Contracting Party may enter the territory of a State other

at border crossings, the contracting parties intended for international

travel.



Article 4



The Contracting Parties will inform each other without delay through diplomatic

on the way of any changes to the conditions for entry, stay or travel

for citizens of the States of the Contracting Parties.



Article 5



Citizens of the State of one Contracting Party are required to stay in the territory

the State of the other party to comply with its laws and regulations.



Article 6



This agreement does not restrict the right of each party to deny entry or

stay on the territory of its State undesirable persons or citizens of the State of the second

the Contracting Parties, who could threaten the security or public order

of this State, or who do not have sufficient financial resources

or otherwise provide proof the security of their stay on the territory of the receiving

State.



Article 7



The Contracting Parties undertake to adopt in its national territory without further

formalities, the citizens of his State.



Article 8



Citizens of the State of one Contracting Party who loses his travel documents to the

the territory of the other Contracting Party, they can travel from this State for the

provided that they are equipped with the new travel document issued by the

the diplomatic mission or consular office of his State.



Article 9



1. Any Contracting Party may, for reasons of security, public

all right, the protection of health or other serious reasons wholly or partly

suspend implementation of this agreement.



2. the introduction, as well as the abolition of such measures shall be notified without delay

the other Contracting Party through the diplomatic channel and shall take effect on the date of

receipt of such notification.



Article 10



1. the Contracting Parties shall exchange through diplomatic channels to the patterns of valid

travel documents referred to in the annex to this agreement no later than

fifteen (15) days from the date of signature of the agreement. The annex to this agreement may be

changed only with the consent of both parties.



2. In the case of changes in or the introduction of new travel documents

the Contracting Party shall send the new designs along with information about the validity of these

documents through diplomatic channels to the other Contracting Party not later than thirty

(30) days prior to their introduction.



Article 11



This agreement is concluded for an indefinite period. Shall enter into force on the expiry of

the period of thirty (30) days from the date of exchange of notes in which the Contracting Parties

notify each other that they have complied with national conditions, for the

the agreement enters into force.



Article 12



This agreement may be terminated by either through diplomatic channels in writing

the Contracting Parties and shall cease to be in this situation, the validity of the ninetieth

(90) day after the date of delivery of the notice to the other Contracting Party.



Article 13



Date of entry into force of this agreement, shall terminate the arrangement between the

Government of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic and the Government of the Republic of Cyprus

Republic on the abolition of visas for holders of diplomatic and

service passports from 26 March. November 1991 for the Czech Republic and

The Republic of Cyprus in the extent to which the concerns of the citizens of both States.



Done at Nicosia on 23. June 1995 in two original copies, in the

the Czech, Greek and English languages, all the texts being are

verified.



For the Government of the United States:



Doc. Ing. Josef Zieleniec, CSc. v. r.



Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic



For the Government of the Republic of Cyprus:



Alecos Michaelides in r.



Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cyprus



XIII.



The ANNEX to the agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom and the Government of the Republic of Cyprus

Republic on the abolition of visas



Valid travel documents for the purposes of this agreement are:



1. for the citizens of the Czech Republic



and) diplomatic passport;



(b)) service passport;



c) passport;



d) Seaman's book;



e) travel card



2. for the citizens of the Republic of Cyprus



and) diplomatic passport;



(b)) service passport;



c) passport;



d) travel card.