Gov't Asked to Streamline Electronic Passport Use

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The head of Uganda’s Mission in South Africa, Hon. Barbara Nekesa, with Ugandan MPs in Pretoria Parliament

The head of Uganda’s Mission in South Africa, Hon. Barbara Nekesa, with Ugandan MPs in Pretoria

In short
During the 17th Ordinary Summit of the East African Community (EAC) Heads of State held in March 2016, the Presidents launched the new EAC e-Passport and directed that issuance of the passports should take effective 1st January 2017 followed by a phased suspension of the readable East African and National Passports in a period of two years.

 

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