Visit Visas suspended by UAE for Pakistan and 11 other countries

Entry Visas Temporarily Suspended by UAE

Visit Visas suspended by UAE for Pakistan and 11 other countries. Pakistan Foreign Office has confirmed the news on Wednesday 18th November 2020. More details on reasoning below.

Visit Visas suspended by UAE for Pakistan and 11 other countries

The Pakistan Foreign office said that UAE authorities decision is believed to be related to the second wave of Coronavirus/Covid-19. This news was mentioned by the Express Tribune.

Besides Pakistan, the UAE government suspended the issuance of visit visas to Turkey, Iran, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, Somalia, Libya, Kenya, and Afghanistan.

Times of India, 2020

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