Nigeria and Ecuador set to sign Visa Free agreement, both country agreed to sign to strengthen the relationship between them, It was disclosed by the Ecuadorian Ambassador Deopoldo Rovayo.
The agreement was made public on Wednesday by the visit of the Ecuadorian Ambassador to Nigeria in Abuja with the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Amb. Olukunle Bamgbose.
He said “the visit was to strengthen bilateral ties between his country and Nigeria, especially in the communication sector”.
“It’s necessary because the number of Nigerians in Ecuador are now increasing more than before” he said.
In his communication he said “The purpose of my visit was to further cement the bilateral relations between Ecuador and Nigeria.
The two countries have agreed to sign an agreement to enable our citizens to visit each other without a visa. “There are approximately about one thousand Nigerians living in Ecuador and the number would continue to rise”.
He said that the two countries agreed on how they could strengthen ties as both nations were witnessing increases in trade.
The agreement between the countries will also increase the bond as both nations are rapidly growing and increasing in trade.
The Nigeria’s DGP, “he said, is stabilizing and growing, noting that in the next two to three years, the growth of the economy would surpass that of most countries in Latin America”.