Liberia: India Commences Visa Issuance in Liberia


Monrovia — The Ambassador of India to the Republic of Liberia, H.E. Amb. Pradip Kumar Yadav has disclosed that the Authorities of the Republic of India by its Embassy in Monrovia has begun the issuance of visa to Liberians and different overseas residents in Liberia.

The Indian Ambassador made the disclosure on Wednesday, June 28, 2023 when he paid a courtesy name on the Liberian Overseas Minister H. E. Amb. Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah, Sr.., at his Overseas Ministry workplace, on the Capitol Hill.

In response to a Overseas Ministry launch, the assembly came about within the Minister’s Convention Room on the 4 ground of the Ministry, on the Capitol Hill.

The Indian Ambassador to Liberia His Excellency Pradip Kumar Yadav thanked Overseas Minister Kemayah and the Authorities and Individuals of Liberia for the nice and cozy reception accorded him and hailed the superb bilateral relations and cooperation subsisting between Liberia the Republic of India.

He added that the request by the Authorities of Liberia relating to the issuance of Visas in Monrovia has been granted by the Authorities of the Republic of India.

The Indian Envoy subsequently used the event to admonish Liberians and overseas residents wishing to journey to India to make the most of the chance and apply in-person or on-line by the Indian Embassy close to Monrovia.

“I’m very comfortable for the Liberia and India relations as a result of Liberians and different residents in Liberia can now apply for visas on-line, which may be very low cost and the method is less complicated than bodily coming to the embassy”, H.E. Amb. Pradip Kumar Yadav intoned.

The Indian Ambassador to Liberia additional recounted that in his engagement with Liberia by its Overseas Minister H. E. Amb. Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah, the 2 governments mentioned numerous objects of bilateral cooperation with mutual curiosity, together with cooperation in numerous sectors comparable to capability constructing of Ministry of Overseas Affairs, Ministry of Commerce and different line ministries and businesses.

“One vital factor, I wish to convey to your consideration is that, we’ve been planning to carry visa companies by our Embassy right here, in Monrovia, which was delayed attributable to different engagements. Nonetheless, with the help and type cooperation from His Excellency Overseas Minister Dee Maxwell Saah Kemayah, Sr., we have been capable of begin the visa companies for Liberians and different nationals, right here in Liberia,” the Indian ambassador said additional.

Amb. Yadav additionally intoned that any applicant who wishes to journey to India for medical therapy or enterprise functions or some other journeys, can apply on-line with decrease charges including “the method is less complicated than bodily coming to the Embassy.

“The entire process of acquiring visa is on-line and so applicant has to come back in particular person and do biometric. We’ll strive our greatest to offer greatest visa companies to Liberians and different nationalities. For instance, if somebody applies for visa on the primary of July, he might be issued the visa on the fourth of July”, he disclosed.

For his half, Overseas Minister His Excellency Amb. Dee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah expressed deep gratitude and appreciation to the individuals of India for the superb cooperation with Liberia, and applauded the Indian authorities for its help and choice to start the issuance of visas in Liberia.

Minister Kemayah added that with the opening of diplomatic mission close to Monrovia, with a residence Ambassador within the nation, India and Liberia have now deepened their cooperation in different productive areas of engagement.

The Overseas Minister assured the Indian Envoy of the Overseas Ministry’s unflinching help that may facilitate and improve the conclusion of renewed bilateral cooperation between the 2 sisterly international locations.

He mentioned Liberia appears ahead to the supply of scholarship and coaching alternatives for Liberians at new stage of engagement with India.