This year marks the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and Indonesia.
The Embassy of Mongolia in Jakarta, since it was established in 2014, has been trying to get the country on Indonesia’s list for which no visas are required for its citizens traveling as short-stay visitors.
The Indonesian Government has agreed to the request and announced that as of 22nd March Mongolian citizens will no longer be required to obtain visas. This does not apply to people traveling on business or journalists.
Mongolian Embassy in Indonesia was established in 2014. Since then, Mongolian Embassy has been working hard to add Mongolia in the no visa countries’ list of Indonesia. In 2016, the 60th anniversray of the diplomatic relationship between Mongolia and Indonesia will be celebrated. Relating to the anniversary and to deepen the relationship and co-operation between two countries, Indonesia has accepted Mongolian offer. Due to this decision, the number of Mongolian tourists to Indonesia will increase. From, 22nd March, Mongolain tourist who has the purpose of travelling can visit Indonesia without visa, within 30 days. The Mongolian Embassy in Indonesia is warning that the travellers who have the purpose of business and media required to issue visas.