PUTRAJAYA – Beginning 27 December, Malaysian Diplomatic, Official and Ordinary passport holders will be able to enter Morocco freely for ninety days, for official, business or social visits without the need of a visa.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement today that the Government of Malaysia and the Government of the Kingdom of Morocco signed the Partial Abolition of Visa Requirement Agreement on 19 July 2017 at Wisma Putra, Putrajaya.
“After all internal requirements have been fulfilled by both countries, this Agreement will come into force on 27 December 2017.
“Starting from the aforesaid effective date, holders of all Malaysian Diplomatic, Official and Ordinary passports will then be able to enter Morocco freely for ninety (90) days, for official, business or social purposes without the requirement of a visa.
“The enforcement of this Agreement is expected to continue to strengthen the bilateral relations between the two countries, as it provides a platform to further enhance the cooperation in the fields of economy, trade, investment and tourism,” said Wisma Putra in a statement today. -MalaysiaGazette