Japanese pay 77 USD and British pay 1,387 USD for Chilean visa fee, as I pointed out in explaining how to obtain visa in Chile
This depends on bilateral relationship: Japan and Chile has more than 115 year long relationship and it is getting tighter for the last couple years.
As I said last time, Japanese can travel anywhere without difficulty one of which is because Japan is one of the best countries in terms of aid (e.g.,some of my friends from Latin America were denied to enter the U.S.)
But do you know exactly what your country is doing for other countries? And did you know that you have a right to know given that all those money come from tax money you are paying.
The world’s largest and most influential providers of aid reaffirmed their commitment to transparency this year, committing to implement the International Aid Transparency Initiative. In summary, they will focus on sharing more information on aid agency.
According to an article called“Opening up aid — but more data is not enough”, as is also the same as education, the quality of information is more important than the quantity.
This video “Make Aid Transparent animation (without campaign ask)” explains very explicitly the importance of the aid transparency.
As a matter of fact, the project I am involved with is managed by Japanese tax.
For both aid country and recipient country, we need more quality information, so let’s shout the following:
What are you doing?!