The Agreement On Abolition Of Visa Requirements With Norway

Original Language Title: Dohoda o zrušení vízové povinnosti s Norskem

Read the untranslated law here: https://portal.gov.cz/app/zakony/download?idBiblio=38824&nr=461~2F1990~20Sb.&ft=txt

461/1990 Coll.



The COMMUNICATION FROM the



the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs



The Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that the exchange of notes dated

July 12, 1990 in Oslo and 13. July 1990 in Prague has been negotiated

Agreement between the Government of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic and the Government

The Kingdom of Norway on the abolition of visa requirements. The agreement entered into

force on the basis of its article 7 day 15. July 1990.



Czech translation of the note verbale of the Czechoslovak and Norwegian, the note will be published

at the same time.



The Royal Ministry of Foreign Affairs



The Minister



Oslo, 12 December. July 1990



Excellence,



I have the honour to inform you that intend to simplify travel between Norway

and the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic, the Government of Norway is ready

to conclude with the Government of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic agreement under

the following terms and conditions:



Article 1



Czechoslovak citizens, holders of valid passports, the Czechoslovak

free stay of the Kingdom through any border

crossing for international travel and reside in the Norwegian

the Kingdom without a visa for a period not exceeding three months. This period of three

months calculated from the date of entry into the territory of one of the Nordic countries,

that is a Contracting Party to the Convention for the dropping of passport checks between the

the Nordic States of 12 July. July 1957. Every stay in one of the

These States during the six months preceding the entry into the territory of the

one of those States of the neseverského State, being included in the above

that period of three months.



Article 2



Norwegian citizens, holders of a valid Norwegian passports can freely at the

in the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic through any border

crossing for international travel and reside in the Czech Republic and

Slovak Federal Republic without a visa for a period not exceeding three

of the month.



Article 3



The abolition of the visa requirement does not exempt the persons covered by this

Agreement, from having to comply with the applicable laws and regulations of the competent

State concerning entry, stay-transitional or permanent, and

employment.



Article 4



The authorities of both States reserve the right to refuse permission to enter or

stay in the State of unwanted persons.



Article 5



The authorities of the two States undertake to adopt without delay to its territory

each of its citizen.



Article 6



Each Contracting Party may, for reasons of public order, temporarily suspend

the implementation of the above provisions, in whole or in part, with the

the exception of article 5. Such suspension shall be notified immediately to the other

Contracting Party through the diplomatic channel.



Article 7



This agreement shall enter into force on the 15. July 1990. Agreement may be

denounced by one of the parties in writing, the cancellation shall take effect

one month from the date of its notification.



In the event that the above proposals are acceptable to the Government of the Czech and

Slovak Federal Republic, I have the honour to propose that this letter and

Letter to your Excellency's reply constitute an agreement between our Governments in

This stuff.



Please accept, your Excellency, the assurance of my highest consideration.



Kjell Magne Bondevik v.r.



His Excellency



Mr. George Dienstbierovi



the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic



Prague



Minister of Foreign Affairs



Prague, 13 May. July 1990



Dear Sir,



I have the honour to acknowledge receipt of Your note of 12 October. July, 1990, in which the

you have me on behalf of my Government proposed the conclusion of an agreement between the Government of

The Kingdom of Norway and the Government of the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic of

the abolition of the visa requirement:



Article 1



Czechoslovak citizens, holders of valid passports, the Czechoslovak

free stay of the Kingdom through any border

crossing for international travel and reside in the Norwegian

the Kingdom without a visa for a period not exceeding three months. This period of three

months calculated from the date of entry into the territory of one of the Nordic countries,

that is a Contracting Party to the Convention for the dropping of passport checks between the

the Nordic States of 12 July. July 1957. Every stay in one of the

These States during the six months preceding the entry into the territory of the

one of those States of the neseverského State, being included in the above

that period of three months.



Article 2



Norwegian citizens, holders of a valid Norwegian passports can freely at the

in the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic through any border

crossing for international travel and reside in the Czech Republic and

Slovak Federal Republic without a visa for a period not exceeding three

of the month.



Article 3



The abolition of the visa requirement does not exempt the persons covered by this

Agreement, from having to comply with the applicable laws and regulations of the competent

State concerning entry, stay-transitional or permanent-and

employment.



Article 4



The authorities of both States reserve the right to refuse permission to enter or

stay in the State of unwanted persons.



Article 5



The authorities of the two States undertake to adopt without delay to its territory

each of its citizen.



Article 6



Each Contracting Party may, for reasons of public order, temporarily suspend

the implementation of the above provisions, in whole or in part, with the

the exception of article 5. Such suspension shall be notified immediately to the other

Contracting Party through the diplomatic channel.



Article 7



This agreement shall enter into force on the 15. July 1990. Agreement may be

denounced by one of the parties in writing, the cancellation shall take effect

one month from the date of its notification.



I have the honour to inform you that my Government agrees with the proposals contained in your

nótě. Your certificate and this reply shall constitute an agreement between the two that our

Governments.



Please accept, Sir, the assurance of my highest consideration.



Jiří Dienstbier v.r.



His Excellency



Mr. Kjellu Magne Bondevikovi



Minister of Foreign Affairs



The Kingdom of Norway



Oslo