The prime minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida, announced on Friday (19) that he is considering removing the visa requirement for Brazilians to enter the country.
Kishida met with President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in Hiroshima, where they attended the G7 summit.
Japan is considering "procedures for the introduction of short-stay visa waivers for ordinary passport holders from Brazil," the Japanese government said in a statement issued after the bilateral meeting.
Today, the Japanese do not need a visa to enter Brazil. Answering a call from the tourism industry, the requirement was removed in 2019 by then-President . . .
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