Romanians will be allowed to travel to Japan without visa being required, beginning with September 1

Romanian citizens who own a valid passport will be allowed to enter Japan without needing a visa, unless they intend to stay more than 90 consecutive days in this country, the Japanese Embassy to Bucharest informed.

Nevertheless, those who want to find a job in Japan or who are already working in this country (including here the artists or athletes who are being paid for what they do) will still need to get the visa first.

The measure will be implemented beginning with September 1 for 2 years, following that in the case no incidents are recorded after this span of time, to become permanent measure. The measure was introduced so as to mark the 50th anniversary since the resumption of diplomatic ties between Romania and Japan, for facilitating commercial and cultural exchanges.

Romanian citizens who want to go to Japan will have to observe the legislation and regulation of this country, it is also said in the release from the Embassy.

Moreover, the Japanese Government preserves its right to temporarily suspend the measure, due to reasons related to public policies, including related to public safety, peace and health.

The Romanian Government will be previously announced of any such suspension.
Moreover, the Japanese Government will have the right to refuse the entrance or staying of such Romanian citizens who are considered undesirable.


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