Serbia and Albania abolish visas

TIRANA -- Serbia and Albania on Tuesday in Tirana signed a bilateral agreement on visa-free travel, said the Albanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

On the behalf of the two countries, the agreement was signed by Albanian Deputy Foreign Minister Selim Belortaja and Serbia's Ambassador in Tirana Miroljub Zarić, it was announced.

The visa-free travel agreement is based on the principles of reciprocity and mutual cooperation, the Albanian officials said.

This means that citizens of Albania and Serbia are no longer required visas when entering the territory of either country, Albanian ATA news agency reported.