PM began Pakistan Online Visa System to portray positivism
To portray a positive image of Pakistan to the world. Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated Pakistan Online Visa System under which online visa facility has been provided to citizens of one hundred and seventy-five countries.
Prime Minister Imran Khan addressing the inaugural ceremony in Islamabad, shed light by saying that Pakistan is a peaceful and resistant country and opens to the world for business and tourism.
Confer to the online visa facility will include the categories of tourism, business, work and student visa, diplomat and journalist visa, family visit, cultural visits and participation in conferences and seminars.
Under the scheme, on their arrival in Pakistan business visa will be provided to citizens of ninety-six countries. Similarly, visa on arrival will also be provided to tourists of fifty countries. Business visas facility will be provided within seven to ten days.
Religious tourism is another major area that needs to be explored. Religious visa will be valid for forty-five days but visas for INGO workers, students, and domestic aids will be subjected to clearance from Interior Ministry, PM added.
Regarding ties with neighboring countries, the Prime Minister said Pakistan wants good relations will all the regional countries, including India.
PM enclosed his negotiation by saying that all the tourist sights and attractions will be properly advertised on a dedicated website.https://www.technologytimes.pk/pm-began-pakistan-online-visa/https://www.technologytimes.pk/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/PM-began-Pakistan-Online-Visa-System-to-portray-positivism.jpghttps://www.technologytimes.pk/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/PM-began-Pakistan-Online-Visa-System-to-portray-positivism-150x69.jpgArticlessystemTo portray a positive image of Pakistan to the world. Prime Minister Imran Khan inaugurated Pakistan Online Visa System under which online visa facility has been provided to citizens of one hundred and seventy-five countries. Ammara KhanAmmara Khanammarakhan466@gmail.comAdministratorTechnology Times