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|Tuesday, July 31, 2001, updated at 09:12(GMT+8)|
Macao, Namibia Offer Mutual Free-Visa TreatmentChina's Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) and Namibia have decided to offer free-visa treatment mutually, the Identification Bureau of the SAR government announced on July 30.
According to an agreement between the two sides, those who hold the Macao passports can enter Namibia without going through the visa procedures and stay there for no more than 30 days for tourist, visit or business purpose.
On the other hand, the Namibian passport holders can also enjoy the free-visa treatment and 30-day stay in Macao.
Both sides have agreed to strengthen their economic and trade exchanges in this way.
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