Visa Waiver agreement to the citizens of Dominica visiting the European Schengen countries have been signed with immediate effect 28th May, 2015, Thursday, Dominica and the EU signed in Brussels on visa wavier agreement. Minister for Foreign Affairs and CARICOM, Senator Francine Barron, signed the agreement on behalf of the Commonwealth of Dominica. The provisions of the agreement on visa exemption for a maximum of 180 days to 90 days visa-free entry Schengen countries. Wherein the Schengen Member States: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Norway, Switzerland and Sweden. Earlier this month, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit • EU countries have expressed gratitude for this decision. He said the proposal is approved and signed after the foreign affairs would mean either or ordinary affairs, Dominica passport holders visa to the Schengen countries can avoid. Prime Minister Skerrit said: "I believe that, for all the Dominican people, this is good news, of course, it also helps our trip and I would like to thank the EU and therefore, of course, this also. shows the level of our relationship with the EU between. " Under the agreement, an increase of Dominica to 91 Visa-free countries, including the UK, France, Germany, Hong Kong, etc.. 28thMay, 2015, the Commonwealth of Dominica and the European countries have signed the Schengen visa waiver agreement and entered into force, Dominica passport visa countries to increase France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Greece, Denmark, Belgium and other 26 European Schengen countries.