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Angola: Okavango – Zambezi Mission Registers Vacationers Progress

Angola: Okavango – Zambezi Mission Registers Vacationers Progress


Menongue — 100 and seventy-five vacationers of various nationalities visited, in 2023, the Okavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Mission (KAZA), from the Cuando Cubango border posts, within the nation’s south-east.

In comparison with 2022, there is a rise of 49 vacationers, motivated by Presidential Decree No. 189/2023 of September 19, exempting and simplifying the Vacationer Visa.

The “gateways” had been the border posts of Katuitui, Cuangar, Calai, Mucusso (Dirico) and Rivungo, with the Republic of Namibia.

Generally, in accordance with the annual stability of the Migration and Foreigners Service (SME) of Cuando Cubango, which ANGOP had entry to right this moment, the province registered the entry of 100,494 nationwide residents (+62,413) and the exit of 133,089 foreigners (+87,366) on the southern border with Namibia.

As for foreigners, on the identical border, the SME registered the entry of 24,233 nationwide residents (+16,037) in addition to the exit of 21,414 foreigners (+15,071).

In concerning to the south-eastern border with Namibia, the annual migratory state of affairs signifies that, from Cuando Cubango, 8,484 nationwide residents entered (+7,747) and 10,640 locals left (+10,064), in addition to the entry of three,297 foreigners and the departure of three 3,064 others (+2,996).

Based on the press launch, the Migration and Foreigners Service, in coordination with the Border Police, registered 30 border violations (-51), whose residents had been repatriated from the Katuitui, Cuangar and Calai posts.