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The application period for distance courses promoted by Camões I.P. is running until the 12th of October. Interested parties can find additional information at:


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As of July 1, 2022, passengers entering national territory (including Azores and Madeira) are no longer required to present proof of carrying out a test to screen for SARS-CoV-2 infection with a negative result or to present a COVID-EU digital certificate or vaccination or recovery certificate issued by third countries, accepted or recognized in Portugal.

Thus, entry into national territory is now allowed, without any additional requirement, for all passengers, regardless of their origin or purpose of the trip, this measure being applied not only to air traffic and airports, but also at maritime borders and river.

Measures in force may be reviewed in accordance to the evolution of the pandemic.

It took place at the National University of Australia, ANU, in Canberra, on May 6, an event commemorating World Portuguese Language Day, organized jointly with the Embassies of Brazil and Timor-Leste, in collaboration with ANU.

Under the theme “Portuguese Language Literature”, the event featured interventions by the Ambassadors of the CPLP Group (Brazil, Portugal and Timor-Leste), the Australian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and with the participation of the President of the Associação Comunidades de Língua Portuguesa de Victoria , Alda Retre, and concluded with a video message from the CPLP Executive Secretary, Dr. Zacharias da Costa.


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