Sri Lanka Removes Visa Restrictions for Afghan Tourists and Business People

The Afghan embassy in Colombo announced that Ambassador M.
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Ashraf Haidari met with Mr. Nihal Ranasinghe, the Controller-General of the Sri Lankan Department of Immigration and Emigration to discuss removal of restrictions on visas for Afghans.

This meeting followed a bilateral meeting on March 12, 2019 by the Ambassador with the Internal and Home Affairs of Sri Laknka, the Honorable Wajira Abeywardana, with whom Ambassador Haidari discussed a few Sri Lanka visa restrictions for Afghan tourists and business-people.
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Both sides agreed that it was in the best interests of Afghanistan and Sri Lanka to remove such restrictions, which would automatically help promote and enhance bilateral tourism and trade between the two friendly nations.

Therefore, Mr. Ranasinghe made a firm commitment to keeping the two basic requirements by Afghan travelers to submit along with their passport details flight and hotel bookings, while negating the need for a bank statement, since most Afghans either lack access to banks or don’t have a bank account. He advised that all Afghans traveling to Sri Lanka apply to get their ETA visa from the following Sri Lanka government website:

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