Filipinos can visit Myanmar without visa starting January

 
 
In statement, the Department of Foreign Affairs said Filipino nationals holding ordinary passports may now enter Myanmar without a visa and stay there for up to 14 days, starting January 4, 2013.
 
 
January 4 is the date of effectivity of the agreement between the Philippine and Myanmar governments on the visa exemption for holders of ordinary passports. The agreement was signed during Myanmar President U Thein Sein's state visit to the Philippines last December 5.
 
The visa-free entry agreement is expected to boost tourism, trade and investment between the Philippines and Myanmar.
 
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