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Pakistan announces e-visa for 175, visa-on-arrival for 50 countries

The government is introducing a new revolutionary visa regime to attract tourism and investment.

Pakistan has declared plans to ease visa limitations for tourists from 90 nations, including the US and Europe, in an offer to resuscitate its travel industry part, crushed by long periods of carelessness and issues with militants. 

Cabinet minister Fahmida Mirza reports the plans on Friday in Islamabad. She swore experts would do everything conceivable to guarantee the security of visiting tourists. 

Mirza says residents of 175 nations will have the capacity to acquire visas electronically, over the web. She says guests from 50 nations, including America, will have the capacity to get their visas on arrival as opposed to through Pakistani embassies abroad. 


Pakistan has K-2, the world's second-most noteworthy mountain, scenic valleys in the north and wonderful deserts yet its tourism has industry has endured genuine misfortunes in view of violence that plagues the country. 

Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain affirmed on Friday that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government was presenting another progressive visa routine to draw in the tourism industry and investment in Pakistan. 

Conversing with media outside the Parliament House, he said under the new visa approach, one of the significant activities taken by the present government in recent months, residents from 175 nations would have e-visa office while subjects of 50 nations would appreciate visa on landing office.

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