They were welcomed into the Vietnam north central province of Quang Tri on February 6 by Senior Lieutenant Colonel Ta Quang Hau after having received their visas via the internet.
The new 30-day single-entry electronic visa program for citizens from 40 countries is expected to benefit tourism as it streamlines procedures for foreign tourists to enter the Southeast Asian country.
|Decree on piloting granting e-visas for foreigners entering VN|
|New policies take effect in February 2017|
|Vietnam to begin granting e-visa in February|
|VN to launch e-visas by 2017|
|Vietnam to issue ‘e-visas’ for foreign visitors in 2017|
|VN Govt approves e-visa for foreign visitors|