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VARIANTE ÓMICRON: U.S.A. and Brazil join the closures of


All international travel requires a passport. If you are traveling to another country, you will need a passport to board your international flight and enter the country. Passport cards will not be accepted as identification for international air travel.

To enter the U.S. through the Visa Waiver Program (VWP), each passenger must have a machine-readable passport. If your passport does not have a machine-readable zone, you will need to have a valid visa.

Permanent residents of Australia and all visa-exempt foreign travelers will need a New Zealand Electronic Travel Authorization (NZeTA). This requirement takes effect from October 1, 2019 for travelers traveling to or from New Zealand.

If you cannot present a valid Yellow Fever vaccination certificate you will be denied entry to Nicaragua and will have to return to where you came from on the next available flight.

U.S. U.S. seeks to counter Chinese and Russian influence

Rabat, Aug 22 (EFE) – General Todd Wasmund, commander of the U.S. Army’s Southern European Task Force-Africa (known as SETAF-AF), today concluded a two-day official trip to Morocco to strengthen security cooperation.

“The U.S. Army is always committed to its African partners and will continue to coordinate in the areas of training and security cooperation on the continent,” Wasmund said in a statement.

The U.S. military official stressed that security in the United States and Europe “is deeply linked to security in Africa” and pledged to strengthen regional security with its partners.

The 4 requirements to enter the U.S. by air to

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Monday in South Africa presented the White House’s new strategy for sub-Saharan Africa, which he considered a “major geopolitical force” at a time when both China and Russia are strengthening their influence on the continent. “Our new strategy is guided by the recognition that sub-Saharan Africa is a major geopolitical force that shaped our past, is shaping our present and will shape our future,” Blinken said during a speech at the University of Pretoria.Advertisement

U.S. and BRAZIL close borders due to ALARM IN AFRICA

Antony Blinken, U.S. Secretary of State, began a tour of three countries on the African continent on Sunday, starting with South Africa. The official’s visit is seen as part of a competition between Russia and China against the United States and Western powers for market leadership in Africa and support for Ukraine after its invasion.

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken waves as he arrives at Lanseria International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, Sunday, Aug. 7, 2022. Blinken is on a 10-day trip to Cambodia, the Philippines, South Africa, Congo and Rwanda. AP – Andrew Harnik

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