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BAYPYITAW - As of December 1, Singaporeans traveling to Myanmar for brief breaks will no longer need to obtain visas. Also Myanmar citizens attending Singapore do not need to obtain a Singapore visas if they are granted a 30-day Singapore free travel on Tuesday (June 7). On Tuesday, the first date of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's formal trip to Myanmar, the two nations shared embassy information on visas.
Prime Minister Lee and Myanmar State Councillor Aung San Suu Kyi experienced the sharing of foreign grades between Singapore's Myanmar embassador, Robert Chua, and Myanmar's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Kyaw Tin. Pursuant to the Convention, both states will allow a maximum of 30 working nights for a period not exceeding 30 working nights, provided that the relevant immigration regulations are complied with.
Announcing the abolition of visas is part of a developing relations between the two states. Mr. Aung also saw Myanmar State Councillor Aung San Suu Kyi. Myanmar has seen a steady rise in the number of Myanmar visitors to Singapore in recent years. From 2011 to last year (2015), the number of visitors from Myanmar to Singapore increased by 12 percent, an upturn of 3 percent per year.
In 2015, 105,452 Myanmar travellers came to Singapore. Meanwhile, 45,125 Singaporean visitors came to Myanmar last year (2015), according to the Ministry of Hotel and Tourism in Myanmar. Now there are also more flights a week between Singapore and the two major towns of Myanmar, Yangon and Mandalay. It said that Singapore continued to promote Myanmar's further growth, inter alia through the exchange of knowledge in related areas.
Myanmar Foreign Ministry said in a declaration on Tuesday that Myanmar civil servants were summoned to Singapore for further talks on educational policies and the evolution of Humanitarian Centers. Ms. Suu Kyi was also informed by PM Lee about the Singapore Singapore-Myanmar Vocational Training Institute's advances and the internship opportunities for its best undergraduates.