Kazakhstan intends to establish a visa-free regime with San Marino, media reports.
Under the proposed agreement, Kazakhstanis can stay in San Marino for up to 90 days without a visa during each 180-day period from the date of first entry.
This move aims to strengthen cooperation between the two countries and establish a visa-free procedure for all passport types.
San Marino is one of Europe's oldest states, surrounded by Italy. It is not a member of NATO or the EU, but has open borders with the EU, is in the customs union with it, and is part of the eurozone.
The draft resolution is currently available for public discussion until August 22.
Earlier, Daryo reported that the governments of Kazakhstan and China had reached a mutual agreement to facilitate visa-free travel for their respective citizens, allowing them to visit each other for up to 30 days.