Peru and Mongolia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to mutually lift visa requirements for diplomatic and official passport holders.
Peruvian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Mongolia, Gonzalo Gutierrez Reinel, and Mongolian Minister of Foreign Affairs Luvsanvandan Bold met on Tuesday to exchange views on mutual partnerships, particular in the sectors of culture and mining.
During the meeting they signed a Memorandum of Understanding "that abolishes visa requirements for holders of diplomatic and official national passports for both countries."
The document states that nationals of either contracting party holding valid diplomatic or official passports may travel to the territory of the other contracting party without a visa for a period not exceeding thirty (30) days.
Mongolia and Peru established diplomatic relations on May 30, 1997.