Holders of all types of passports of six countries, including China, Namibia, Mozambique, Saint Kitts and Nevis and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) can travel to Rwanda without visa fees arrangements.
One of the resolutions from the Cabinet meeting Wednesday stressed that Rwanda has approved a visa exemption agreement to grant citizens of six countries with visa-free entry.
The new move comes after the existing visa regime that came into effect since January this year was allowing citizens of all countries to get visa upon arrival without prior application.
In addition, foreign residents in Rwanda will be allowed to use resident identity cards for the purpose of entry, including using electronic gates with the automated passenger clearance system at Kigali International Airport.
Before the new measure being effective, only nationals of African countries and few others were getting visa upon arrival in the country.
The Express News