- The UAE government prohibited citizens of 13 countries, including Pakistan, from traveling to the UAE.
- The UAE prohibited the grant of new visas to citizens of 13 countries, including Pakistan.
- Documents sent to companies working in Business Park.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has given a major blow to the government of Pakistan. In fact, the UAE government has banned the travel of UAE to citizens of 13 countries, including Pakistan. The UAE has prohibited the grant of new visas to citizens of 13 countries, including Pakistan. According to a document released by the United Arab Emirates-owned Business Park – citizens of 13 Muslim-majority countries including Iran, Syria, Afghanistan and Pakistan are currently prohibited from issuing new visas.
A source associated with the case said that visas have been temporarily banned for citizens of many other countries, including Afghanistan, Pakistan. According to sources – this ban has been imposed due to security concerns. The document does not detail security concerns. Documents have been sent to companies working in Business Park. This order came into force on 18 November.
Ban on visas of these countries
The document states that the applications of citizens applying for employment and travel visas have been suspended. The ban applies to citizens of Iran, Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, Libya, Yemen, Algeria, Kenya, Iraq, Lebanon, Tunisia and Turkey.
French Embassy appealed to its citizens for protection
However, no comments have been made by the UAE’s Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship until the news is written. The French embassy in the UAE appealed to its citizens for protection after the Islamic State bombing in Saudi Arabia. After this week, this letter has been released.
Bomb blast in Jeddah cemetery
Let me tell you, a bomb exploded in the cemetery in Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, in which many people were injured. Indeed, there were European diplomats present to commemorate the anniversary of the end of World War I a hundred years ago. The event was organized by the French Embassy.