Georgia and Nepal will cancel the visa regime for diplomatic passport holders
According to Georgian Public Broadcaster, the governments of Georgia and Nepal agreed to cancel visa regime for service and diplomatic passport holders. Aleksandre Khvtisiashvili, the Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia will soon sign the deal.
Those citizens of both countries who have ordinary passports, will still require usual travel visa to visit each country. Georgian citizens can get viza at the Nepalese border. 15-days visa costs $25, 30-days, $40 and 90-days stay costs $100. The visa procedure at the border is relatively simple and quick. You fill out all the important documents and application form right there and proceed to the immigration desk.