14 January 2013

Angola: Embassy to Facilitate Ordinary Visas for South Africa

Luanda — The South African Embassy in Angola will create quick mechanisms to end the existing constraints in issuing visas on ordinary passports.

This guarantee was presented Sunday by ambassador Godfrey Nhalanhla, in an interview to the press at 4 de Fevereiro International Airport, in Luanda.

The diplomat recognized that there are still some complaints from Angolan citizens about the delay in issuing the referred visas and promised to work to change the current situation.

The ambassador said that the same does not happen with service visa since via a bilateral agreement between the two countries the visas have been eliminated.

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