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Zimbabwe Relaxes Visa Terms for Chinese Tourists
All Chinese nationals visiting Zimbabwe will not be required to obtain visas in advance but on arrival at ports of entry with effect from 1st July 2018 after Zimbabwian Government reviewed the country's visa regime to boost the tourism industry. 
Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Minister Obert Mpofu said a firmer and all-inclusive arrangement was adopted following President Mnangagwa's visit to China in April this year.
"I am happy to announce that the two governments have agreed that as from the 1st of July 2018 Chinese nationals, whether travelling as a group or individually intending to visit the country, will obtain visas at ports of entry," said Minister Mpofu.
The Zimbabwe migration management system comprises a three-tier visa model classified into categories A, B and C.
Category A refers to countries whose nationals are exempt from visa requirements while those in category B obtain visas at the port of entry, that is on arrival, while category C nationals are required to apply for visas prior to travel.
  Source: All Africa

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