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January 28, 2022

Ex- U.S. ambassadors call on Congress to relax Visa Waiver Program

Four former U.S. ambassadors to Romania call on the Congress to relax the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), so as to offer the citizens of such countries as Romania, Poland, Croatia and Bulgaria the chance to travel without visas to and in the United States for up to 90 days, informed The Washington Post on Friday. The article is signed by James Rosapepe, the U.S. ambassador to Romania in the Clinton administration, J.D. Crouch and Michael Guest, who were U.S. ambassadors in the George W. Bush administration and Mark Gitenstein, the U.S. ambassador in the Obama administration. They voice conviction that ‘the current U.S. visa laws unfairly restrict visitors’ whom the US ‘should welcome’.

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