Saudi Arabia to reopen borders with UAE Saudi Ministry of Interior source revealed that the UAE would be removed from the kingdom's banned list of countries from 11 am on Wednesday, alongside South Africa and Argentina The kingdom suspended travel to the UAE at the start of July following instructions from the GACA of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is set to reopen its borders for citizens looking to travel to the UAE, from Wednesday morning. An official source in the Saudi Ministry of Interior revealed that citizens would be allowed to travel to neighboring UAE, as well as South Africa and Argentina, with all three countries removed from the kingdom's banned list from 11 am. A report by state-run Saudi Press Agency said: “Citizens will be allowed to travel to the three referred countries.” However, it was stressed that precautionary and preventative measures to guard against the spread of coronavirus must be adhered to. The kingdom suspended travel to the UAE at the start of July following instructions from the GACA of Saudi Arabia. The report on SPA added that “all procedures and measures are subject to continuous evaluation by the competent health authorities in the kingdom, according to the developments in the epidemiological situation in the world”.   Source: Arabian Business 2021-09-09 11:08:30 https://www.ld-export.com/upload/ld-export-3dba35-large.jpg
Saudi Arabia to reopen borders with UAE

Publié le jeudi 09 septembre 2021. Temps de lecture : 2 minutes

Saudi Arabia to reopen borders with UAE

Saudi Ministry of Interior source revealed that the UAE would be removed from the kingdom's banned list of countries from 11 am on Wednesday, alongside South Africa and Argentina

The kingdom suspended travel to the UAE at the start of July following instructions from the GACA of Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia is set to reopen its borders for citizens looking to travel to the UAE, from Wednesday morning.

An official source in the Saudi Ministry of Interior revealed that citizens would be allowed to travel to neighboring UAE, as well as South Africa and Argentina, with all three countries removed from the kingdom's banned list from 11 am.

A report by state-run Saudi Press Agency said: “Citizens will be allowed to travel to the three referred countries.” However, it was stressed that precautionary and preventative measures to guard against the spread of coronavirus must be adhered to.

The kingdom suspended travel to the UAE at the start of July following instructions from the GACA of Saudi Arabia.

The report on SPA added that “all procedures and measures are subject to continuous evaluation by the competent health authorities in the kingdom, according to the developments in the epidemiological situation in the world”.

 

Source: Arabian Business

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