Published on : Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Morocco ambassador to Malaysia, Mohammed Reda Benkhaldoun said that in future, Malaysians may no longer need a visa to visit Morocco as talks on this exemption would be soon held between the two nations before an agreement is signed.
He was speaking to reporters after paying a courtesy call on Dewan Negara (Upper House) President S. A. Vigneswaran at the Parliament building in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
“We are working on that (visa-free). God willing, we are looking forward to a visit from the Malaysian side to Morocco so that we can sign this agreement as soon as possible,” said Mohammed Reda.
Malaysians visiting Morocco currently have to pay RM96 to get a visa.