The government of Ghana has signed visa waiver agreements with eight countries.
The move forms part of efforts to improve service delivery with regards to passport administration both in Ghana and its missions abroad.
The countries are Qatar, Jamaica, Suriname, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Guyana, Venezuela and Malta.
This means officials from these countries carrying Diplomatic, Service and Official passports will be exempted from applying for visas when entering Ghana and vice versa.
This was disclosed in a tweet on March 3, 2022, by the Presidency.
Government has taken necessary steps to improve service delivery with regards to passport administration both in Ghana and its missions abroad.#BuildingGhanaTogether pic.twitter.com/VeQING6xWS
— Ghana Presidency (@GhanaPresidency) March 3, 2022