04 June 2009
Malaysian diplomats can enter without Chinese visa
An agreement from the two governments of Malaysia and China has seen a reciprocal arrangement whereby Chinese visa and Malaysian visas have been waived.
Malaysian diplomatic and official or service passport holders do not need a Chinese visa to enter the country, and vice versa. The agreement is part of four Memoranda of Understanding between the two governments, which was signed on Wednesday, reports Bernama.com.
Malaysia also signed an MoU on a Joint Action Plan on Strategic Cooperation with the Chinese government.
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