Saudi lifts travel restrictions

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The ban on Saudi nationals visiting India has been lifted. The decision was taken by the Saudi Interior Ministry after assessing the situation in India. The Saudi lifts travel restrictions have been lifted.

Saudi Arabia has banned its citizens from visiting 16 countries following the Kovid expansion. Saudi Arabia has now lifted a ban on visiting four countries following the control of the Kovid situation. The Saudi Interior Ministry has announced that Saudi nationals will now be able to travel to India, Ethiopia, Turkey and Vietnam, directly or indirectly.

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After 2 years, Saudi nationals will be allowed to visit these countries. The ban will continue for Saudi nationals traveling to Lebanon, Yemen, Syria, Indonesia, Iran, Armenia, Congo, Libya, Belarus, Somalia, Afghanistan and Venezuela. Citizens who urgently need to visit these countries are required to obtain permission from the Ministry of Home Affairs.

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