The Agreement With Sweden On The Abolition Of Visa Requirements

Original Language Title: Dohoda se Švédskem o zrušení vízové povinnosti

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342/1990 Coll.



The communication from the



the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs



The Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that the 13 June. July

1990 was in Prague agreed exchange of notes the agreement between the Government of the Czech and

Slovak Federal Republic and the Government of Sweden on the abolition of visa

obligations. Agreement entered into force on the basis of its article 7, the date of

August 1, 1990.



The Czech translation of the note verbale and the wording of the Czechoslovak Swedish note shall be published

at the same time.



Your Excellency,



I have the honour to inform you that, with the intent to promote cooperation between

Sweden and the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic on the basis of the

the obligations arising from the final act and other relevant

documents of the Conference on security and cooperation in Europe and with a view to

to facilitate travel between Sweden and the Czech and Slovak Federal

Republic is the Swedish Government ready to negotiate with the Government of the Czech and

Slovak Federal Republic an agreement in accordance with the following

terms and conditions:



The agreement



between Sweden and the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic of Brazil on the abolition of

visa requirement



Article 1



Swedish citizens, holders of a valid Swedish passport, can freely

at the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic through any

border crossing designed for international travel and reside in the Czech

and Slovak Federative Republic without a visa for a period not exceeding three

of the month.



Article 2



Czechoslovak citizens, holders of valid passports, the Czechoslovak

free stay in Sweden over any border crossing

for international travel and reside in Sweden without visas for a period of

not exceeding three months. This period shall be calculated from the date of entry into the territory of the

one of the Nordic countries, which is a party to the Convention of dropping the

Passport checks between the Nordic States of 12 July. July 1957. Each

stay in one of these States during the six months preceding the

entry into the territory of one of those States of the neseverského State,

included in the aforementioned period of three months.



Article 3 of the



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 of the



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 each State to undertake to adopt without delay to its territory

each of its citizen.



Article 6 of the



Each Contracting Party may temporarily suspend the application of the preceding

the provisions as a whole or in part, with the exception of article 5, for the reasons

the public order. 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 1. August 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.



If the above proposals are acceptable to the Government of the Czech and Slovak

The Federal Republic, I have the honour to propose that this note and the reply

Your Excellency, it was an agreement between the two parties in

This area.



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



Prague, 13. July 1990



Lars-Åke Nilsson



the Ambassador of Sweden



Ing. Robert Harenčár



I. the Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Federal Ministry of

Foreign Affairs



Prague



The Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech and Slovak Federal

Embassy of the Republic of respect manifests itself in Sweden and has the honor to confirm the

receive notes from the weighted number of Embassy 39 13. in July 1990,

that suggests the conclusion of the agreement between the Government of Sweden and the Government of the Czech and

Slovak Federal Republic on the abolition of the visa requirement for

short stays:



Article 1



Swedish citizens, holders of a valid Swedish passport, can freely

at the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic through any

border crossing designed for international travel and reside in the Czech

and Slovak Federative Republic without a visa for a period not exceeding three

of the month.



Article 2



Czechoslovak citizens, holders of valid passports, the Czechoslovak

free stay in Sweden over any border crossing

for international travel and reside in Sweden without visas for a period of

not exceeding three months. This period of three months calculated from the date of entry

on the territory of one of the Nordic countries, which is a Contracting Party to the Convention on the

drop passport checks between the Nordic States of 12 July. July

1957. Every stay in one of these States during the six months, which

preceded the entry into the territory of one of those States of the neseverského

the State is counted into the period of three months referred to above.



Article 3 of the



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 of the



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 each State to undertake to adopt without delay to its territory

each of its citizen.



Article 6 of the



Each Contracting Party may temporarily suspend the application of the preceding

the provisions as a whole or in part, with the exception of article 5, for the reasons

the public order. 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 1. August 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.



The Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech and Slovak Federal

The Republic has the honour to inform that the Government of the Czech and Slovak Federal

Republic agrees with the proposals of the Government of Sweden. In accordance with that make up the certificate

Embassy of Sweden no. 39 of 13 December. July 1990 and this certificate

The agreement between the Government of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic and the Government

Sweden, on the abolition of the visa requirement for short-stays.



The Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech and Slovak Federal

The Republic takes this opportunity to once again reassure the Embassy

Sweden my deepest respect.



In Prague on 13. July 1990



Embassy Of Sweden



Prague

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