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As of February 15, a visa will no longer be required to travel from Mozambique to Angola, and vice versa. The visa waiver is the result of an agreement signed between the Governments of the two countries. Citizens will be able to stay in the territory of the other party for up to 30 days, a deadline which can be extended only once.
Meanwhle, the agreement is not extended to persons wishing to pursue work, reside or study in any of the countries.
The National Migration Service recalls that the visa waiver does not exempt citizens from presenting any of the other documents required at checkpoints, such as yellow fever vaccination card, proof of subsistence and round-trip ticket.
It should be recalled that Mozambique already has visa-waiver agreement with South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Namibia, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Seychelles and Cape Verde.
By Cledy MarinelaSource: O País