By Staff Reporter
Zambia and Angola have removed visa requirements for their nationals entering either country.
In the agreement signed today by respective ministers of the two countries, citizens of the two countries would now only be required to have valid passports.
“The agreement provides visa exemption for ordinary passport holders in order to allow nationals of either Party who hold valid ordinary passports to enter the teritory of the other party for official or private business, as well as in transit, without a visa. The Agreement stipulates the conditions of entry and departure,” according to a statement released by State House.The other agreement aimed at establishing cooperation in security and public order through technical advice and exchange of information.
This follows a recent state visit to Zambia by Angolan President João Lourenço.