Lithuanian citizens will no longer need visas to travel to Indonesia after the Lithuanian Foreign Affairs Ministry were verbally informed by the Indonesian diplomats that visas would no longer be needed by Lithuanian citizens. Formal written confirmation is still pending.
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The Philippines, Tunisia and Fiji has also recently abolished visa regimes for Lithuanian citizens according to representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

“The visa requirement for Lithuanian citizens travelling to a third country may be revoked by the decision of a third country. Therefore, this process is alive and the number of states to which the citizens of our country can travel without a visa is constantly changing. You can check the website www.keliauk.urm.lt to find out if a visa is needed,” said representatives of Information and Public Relations Department at the Foreign Ministry told lzinios.lt.

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