The agreement will be sealed in the Presidential Summit that will be carried out in the city of Tucumán (Argentina) on 30 June and 1 July next. This measure is to facilitate the free movement of its citizens. The Mercosur eliminate the obligation to use passport with South American partners, in a deal that will be stamped at the summit of presidents, the Brazilian Foreign Ministry reported. Mercosur countries (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay, with Venezuela in the process of accession) will sign with all its South American partners (Chile, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru), an agreement that eliminates the use of the passport to facilitate movement of its citizens, the director of the Brazilian Foreign Ministry Mercosur, Bath Bruno said. “It’s an agreement on travel documents between MERCOSUR and associated countries, which dispenses the use of passport,” Bath said. “Currently he works within Mercosur (where citizens can change the country and the only national identity card) and will be extended to the partner countries,” he added. The agreement does not require congressional approval and shall enter into force immediately after the countries instruct their immigration agencies, he said. The Mercosur presidential summit held semiannually. You are invited the presidents of the partner countries to sign the agreement, he said.