Week 35 – News Update from the Kingdom

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Interior has issued directives to allow direct entry of fully vaccinated expatriates from countries facing travel ban, an official source at the ministry announced on Tuesday. Currently, the countries facing the travel ban are India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Egypt, Turkey, Argentina, Brazil, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Ethiopia, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Lebanon….
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GCC Trade Forum 2021

    Our partners BCB UAE and Chamber International would like to invite you to the GCC Trade Forum 2021 which is taking place on Wednesday, 1 Sep 2021. Our very own Stuart D’Souza will be on the panel providing his insights as they discuss various GCC opportunities and explore the guidance and support available…
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Week 34 – News Update from the Kingdom

The Ministry of Education (MOE) has outlined the rules and regulations for students to return to school in person, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Monday. The ministry stressed the importance of receiving two doses of the vaccine to return to in-person education, commending all people’s cooperation and concern for the safety of students and…
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Week 33 – News Update from the Kingdom

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that the validity of visit visas of those people from countries facing travel ban will be extended until 30 Sept. The extension of visa will be made automatically without charging any fees, the ministry said in a statement on its Twitter account. In other news, the Saudi General…
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Week 32 – News Update from the Kingdom

According to Ministry of Health (MOH) students must receive the first shot before 8 Aug in order to have the second before the first semester of the new academic year. The specified period between the two doses is three weeks. In other news, Ministry of Hajj and Umrah announced that it will start receiving Umrah…
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Week 31 – News Update from the Kingdom

The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) directed that only those citizens who took two doses of any of the coronavirus vaccines approved in the Kingdom will be allowed to travel abroad effective from 9 Aug. Ministry of Interior also warned Saudi citizens against traveling to countries that have been put on the no-travel list….
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