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Agreement on the suppression of visas in Diplomatic, Special and Service Passports, between the Governments of Countries from the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries

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Agreement on the suppression of visas in Diplomatic,Special and Service visas, between the Governments of State-Members of CPLP, signed on the July 17 of 2000, which allows citizens from the CPLP countries, who hold diplomatic, special or services valid passports, shall enter, transit, stay and exit the territory of each on of the State-Members, without needing previous Visa for it, whithin certain limits.

Considering one of the goals of the constitution of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries is contribute to the reinforcement of the human bonds, solidarity and fraternity between all the people who have Portuguese language in common, keystone of its identity, and in that sense promote measures that facilitate the State-members citizens' circulation in the countries of CPLP.

In this context, and considering the will to fulfill that designation, the Governments of the Republic of Angola, the Federative Republic of Brazil, the Republic of Cape Verde, the Republic of Guinea-Bissau, the Republic of Mozambique, the Portuguese Republic and the Democratic Republic of S. Tomé and Princípe, hereinafter referred to as the Contracting Parties, Agreed as follow:




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