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The Future of entry visas between Mozambique and Uganda

With a view to strengthening cooperation between the two countries, the governments of Mozambique and Uganda are considering eliminating the entry visas for citizens s the two countries.

The goal is to facilitate the entry and exit of citizens of these countries by increasing levels of cooperation, as stated by the Ugandan Foreign Affairs Minister, Jeje Odongo.

At the meeting between the delegations of the two countries in Kampala, the Ugandan capital, Jeje Odongo mentioned the importance of exploring the possibility of concluding this bilateral agreement on air services. He added that the two governments also want to cooperate in mineral resources.