Ranking 6th in a list of most powerful passports, Malaysian passport holders can now save the hassle of getting a visa when travelling to Morocco upon the validation of an “Agreement of the Partial Abolition of Visa Requirement” signed between the Malaysian and Moroccan governments.
Commencing on Dec 27, the agreement enables Malaysians to enter and stay in Morocco for 90 days with no requirements of visa. Witnessed by Foreign Affairs Ministry secretary-general Datuk Ramlan Ibrahim and the Kingdom of Morocco’s Ambassador to Malaysia Mohammed Reda Benkhaldoun on behalf of both countries, the partial abolition of the visa agreement was signed in July 19 this year.
Despite bringing ease to travels for official and social purposes of citizens from both countries, the agreement is expected to build joint relationships between the two countries as well as advancing the fields of economy, trade, investment and tourism.
Marking Morocco as the 34th country to have inked a similar agreement with Malaysia, Malaysian passports bears visa-free access to countries like New Zealand, Iceland, Mexico, Norway and more. Who’s ready for Morocco?!