Philippines, Myanmar to sign visa-free agreement

Myanmar ImmigrationThe Philippines and Myanmar will sign an agreement that will grant Filipino visitors visa-free access to Myanmar. This is one of the deals to be signed in Manila on December 5 during the visit of Myanmar’s President Thein Sein.

Under the current rules, the Philippines allows Myanmar nationals to enter the Philippines without a visa for a 30-day period.

Myanmar, on the other hand, requires a visa “on arrival” from ordinary passport holders from the Philippines. It is good for 28 days.

According to a statement, other agreements on the table are:

Then, the two leaders will sign the following agreements:

  • Cooperation on trade and investments
  • Agreement on food security and agriculture
  • Agreement on renewable energy
  • Agreement on information cooperation (in the field of news exchange, radio and television broadcasting, film industries, public relations, and printing and publishing)



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The Philippines and Myanmar will sign an agreement that will grant Filipino visitors visa-free access to Myanmar. This is one of the deals to be signed in Manila on December 5 during the visit of Myanmar's President Thein Sein. Under the current rules, the Philippines allows Myanmar nationals to enter the Philippines without a visa for a 30-day period. Myanmar, on the other hand, requires a visa “on arrival” from ordinary passport holders from the Philippines. It is good for 28 days. According to a statement, other agreements on the table are: Then, the two leaders will sign the following...

Myanmar ImmigrationThe Philippines and Myanmar will sign an agreement that will grant Filipino visitors visa-free access to Myanmar. This is one of the deals to be signed in Manila on December 5 during the visit of Myanmar’s President Thein Sein.

Under the current rules, the Philippines allows Myanmar nationals to enter the Philippines without a visa for a 30-day period.

Myanmar, on the other hand, requires a visa “on arrival” from ordinary passport holders from the Philippines. It is good for 28 days.

According to a statement, other agreements on the table are:

Then, the two leaders will sign the following agreements:

  • Cooperation on trade and investments
  • Agreement on food security and agriculture
  • Agreement on renewable energy
  • Agreement on information cooperation (in the field of news exchange, radio and television broadcasting, film industries, public relations, and printing and publishing)



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Support us now with a donation of your choosing. Your contribution will help us shine a light on important ASEAN stories, reach more people and lift the manifold voices of this dynamic, influential region.

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