Luanda, Angola, 17 Aug – Angola and Mozambique have signed an agreement in the area of tourism to make the granting of visas simpler, officials said in Luanda Thursday.
According to Angolan news agency Angop, citing the director of the international exchange office of the Angolan Tourism Ministry, Luteté José N’zinga, the agreement aims also to train staff and exchange experience in the sector.
In February 2008, the technical commissions from both countries are scheduled to meet to draw up the program for applying the agreement.
The agreement was signed by the Angolan minister for Hotels and Tourism, Eduardo Jonatão Chingunji, and Mozambique’s Tourism Minister, Fernando Sumbana. (macauhub)