Morocco, Hong Kong suppress entry visas for their passport holders
Morocco-China, Politics, 9/5/2002
Morocco and Hong Kong decided to suppress entry visa requirements for the holders of their respective passports. The decision will come into force as of next October 1. The duration of the sojourn authorized in this frame is of 30 days.
Morocco's Ambassador to China, Mehdi Mimoun, and director of the bureau of the Hong Kong special administrative region, Bowen Po-Wing Leung, exchanged notes confirming the suppression of visa requirements at a ceremony in Peking, said a statement by the Moroccan ministry of foreign affairs and cooperation.
During the ceremony, both sides underlined the need to promote business and tourism relations between Morocco and Hong Kong and to ease trips to economic operators.
The Moroccan diplomat told reporters this measure, that he described as "important," falls in the frame of the follow-up of the historic visit King Mohammed VI paid to China and to Hong Kong last February.
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