The visa waiver agreement for diplomatic and special passports was signed with Cyprus in July 2017 and has yet to be ratified.  Turkish nationals holding a valid visa for the Schengen area, the United Kingdom or the United States can obtain a visa on arrival.  Applications from Indian passport holders must be approved directly by the Ministry of Home Affairs, although they are not prevented from travelling to Pakistan, although they are subject to additional rules, including mandatory police registration, regardless of the type of visa.  Foreigners of Indian origin have also been subject to this regime. The Visa Waiver Agreement for holders of diplomatic and official passports was signed with Malaysia in November 2018 and ratified with effect from 20 March 2019.  Visitors to Pakistan usually need to obtain a visa from one of Pakistan`s diplomatic missions.  Pakistani diplomatic and consular representations offer different categories of visas, with some travellers entitled to a visa on arrival when travelling in a group or on business. Pakistan also offers an electronic visa application and an electronic travel authorization for issuing visas on arrival.  Pakistan does not prevent Israeli citizens from travelling to Pakistan.
Although Pakistan does not have diplomatic representation in Israel, Pakistani visa applicants can apply to travel to a third country if they are legally resident in that country.  Israeli passport holders must, together with Palestinian Authority passport holders, register their stay with local police services, unless a work visa is issued.  As a general rule, applicants must apply for a visa in their home country, but can apply from a third country if they are legally resident in that country. . Police registration is usually done by hotel staff as part of the check-in process. Personal visits to police stations are only necessary for visitors who choose not to stay in licensed hotels or hostels. The agreement on the abolition of the visa requirement would improve interactions and exchanges between Pakistan and Cyprus and facilitate the travel of diplomats and government officials. . . .