Singapore, China to set up a 30-day visa-free travel arrangement
The countries plan to implement the arrangement in early 2024.
Singapore and China unveiled plans to implement a 30-day visa-free travel arrangement in early 2024.
During the 19th Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation (JCBC), both sides stated that they were still working out the operational details of the arrangement.
The visa-free entry arrangement will strengthen people-to-people links and deepen cultural and educational exchanges between the two countries.
During the JCBC, Singapore and China inked 24 memoranda of understanding and agreement.
The parties also reviewed the progress of bilateral cooperation in areas such as the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), trade, sustainability, agriculture, food security, digital economy, smart cities, green economy, science and innovation, renewable energy, finance, public health, and the China-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City, which is a State-Level Bilateral Cooperation Project.