It is therefore desirable that the authorities of Denmark and Cape Verde conclude without delay a bilateral agreement to facilitate the issuance of short-stay visas, similar to the agreement between the Union and Cape Verde. Praia, July 12 (Inforpress) – In a statement on the U.S.-signed military deal, known as sofa, the government clarified that Cabo Verde has not yielded to all U.S. demands, denying the “distorted” Ideia that some national media are trying to overcome. “In all THE SOFA, including in Senegal, there is a standard that corresponds to art. 1, of the CABO VERDE SOFA, in which states mutually waive claims by the state for loss of and damage to each other`s property and public property and for violations or death of public officials, military or officials of each on mission,” the statement said, adding that the government intends to: clarify the contours of the military agreement signed with the United States of America. 4. This Agreement may be amended by the written agreement of the Parties. The amendments shall enter into force after the parties have notified each other of the completion of their internal procedures necessary for this purpose. From its entry into force, this Agreement shall prevail over the provisions of bilateral or multilateral agreements or arrangements concluded between the Member States and Cape Verde, in so far as the provisions of such agreements or arrangements relate to matters covered by this Convention. “As President of the Republic, I have not seen any point in the agreement that could raise any doubt as to its constitutionality,” Fonseca said in a televised address. 1.

The measures provided for in this Agreement to facilitate the issuance of visas shall apply to citizens of Cape Verde and the Union only to the extent that they are not exempt from the visa requirement under the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Union, its Member States or Cape Verde or this Agreement or other international instruments. Relationship between this agreement and the agreements between the member states and Cape Verde In reference to the similar agreement with Senegal, which, according to some national media, will subject US soldiers to Senegalese criminal justice, the executive of Ulisses Correia e Silva states that “such an assertion does not correspond to reality”. The Constitutional Court`s decision follows the petition for an abstract revision of the constitutionality of certain rules of the agreement on the status of the armed forces of the United States of America on Cape Verdean territory, requested by a group of 27 deputies of the PAICV. . . .