LUANDA, The agreements signed between Angola and Mozambique for the exemption of visa on ordinary passports came into force Dec. 1, since it was already signed by the Angolan President, JoAPound o Lourenco, and was published in the State Gazette on Wednesday.

According to a press note from the President's Civil Office that reached ANGOP on Thursday, the deal had been concluded last November 17, in Luanda, and as from December 1 the citizens of both countries can travel with ordinary passports without restrictions with right to thirty-day stay.

In the same ambit, Angola and South Africa also signed on November 24 in Pretoria the same type of agreement, during a recent visit of the Angolan President to that country, which also comes into force on December 1.

Angola considers the visas exemption on ordinary passports a promotion to boost mobility, stimulate migratory flow as well as generate investment and tourism in both countries, besides strengthening the bilateral relations.


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