Holders of ordinary Singaporean passports looking to travel to Brazil for business and tourism purposes will now be able to spend up to 30 days in the country without requiring a visa.

On Friday, the governments of Singapore and Brazil completed their respective ratification procedures for the reciprocal Agreement on Partial Exemption of Visa Requirements for Ordinary Passport Holders, which was signed in December 2011.

A statement by Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the agreement will facilitate greater business and tourism exchanges, as well as strengthen ties between both countries. – See more at: http://www.ecohousegroup.com/Singaporeans-now-able-to-travel-to-Brazil-without-visa.htm#sthash.Leax52fm.dpuf

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