July 2, 2022
  • 4:02 am COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES AND REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER PANAMA
  • 9:00 am Nineteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties
  • 8:37 am The Panama Maritime Authority presents an award of outstanding 2021 PSC performance to Fleet Management Limited Hong Kong.
  • 7:49 am Bloomberg New Economy Announces May 18-19 Dates, Advisory Board for Inaugural “Gateway” Latin America Event in Panama
  • 3:44 am Cuba Passport Holders requires Transit Visa from 15 March 2022
  • 7:13 am Change of Business Hours Notice
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Nineteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties | CITES | COP 19 to be hosted in Panama from 14 to 25 of November

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“Panama has long been a critical link between continents, helping Latin America to bridge north and south – just as our New Economy platform is working to do. We look forward to hosting discussions there with senior business and government leaders that will help shape a more modern global economy.”

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The Visa for Passengers or Crew in Transit is established as a requirement for foreign citizens of Cuban nationality who travel in transit through the Republic of Panama, to another destination or return to their country, for a period of three (3) months.

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Due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) cases in Hong Kong, the Consulate has reduced it’s business hours.

The Consulate will keep providing the essential services at a reduced capacity and only through prior appointment.

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Panama was re-elected at the London-based International Maritime Organization (IMO) Council in the Category A, and was one of the most voted countries by the General Assembly.

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All entry of Products of Quarantine Interest will be inspected and verified for its corresponding approval or rejection.

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Any foreigner who has remained outside the national territory, for a period of more than 2 years and up to 6 years, may request the rehabilitation of their Permanent Resident Permit. In this way, Resolution No. 22657 of August 12, 2015 is without effect.

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Panama, the world largest Ship Registry, has been re-elected in Category “A” of the Council of the International Maritime Organization which reiterates the position of the registry and its leadership. Panama has been in Category “A” of the Council since 2003, demonstrating a high level of commitment to the Organization. Only 40 countries of the […]

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PANAMA—-July 22, 2021— The Panama Maritime Authority, in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Panama, have renewed the Agreement on Maritime Transport between the Government of the Republic of Panama and the Government of the People’s Republic of China.

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Panama Maritime Authority 2 years of Management (Video)

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