The Union Cabinet on Tuesday approved the signing of agreement between India and South Africa on simplification of visa requirements for travel of citizens for purposes such as tourism and business.
An official release said the agreement aims to facilitate issuance of multiple entry visa to nationals of the two countries who wish to travel to the territory of the other country for tourism, medical, business and official purposes.
"Such visas are normally required to be issue for a period of up to five years within a specified time limit of five days. In cases where further scrutiny is required, both sides may inform the applicant accordingly," the release said.
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