In implementation of the King’s directives, facilitating the procedures for those coming from Sudan to Saudi Arabia before leaving to their countries
The General Directorate of Passports (Jawazat) and the General Directorate of Border Guard and Public Security in Saudi Arabia continue to complete the procedures for Saudi nationals and citizens of other countries arriving from Sudan to Saudi Arabia and facilitate their movement to their places of residence before departing for their countries.
The Ministry stated that it integrated the relevant security sectors to complete the necessary formalities for the returns through the Jeddah Islamic Port and to work to facilitate and smooth their movements throughout the day. Trending : Saudi Arabia continues to receives its citizens and other countries nationals from Sudan
– This is in accordance with the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud’s and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s orders to evacuate Saudi citizens and nationals of other nations from Sudan to Saudi Arabia and to support the Ministries of Defense and Foreign Affairs’ humanitarian efforts in various ways, as well as the Kingdom’s desire to support and assist allied and friendly nations.
– The General Directorate of Passports, represented by the Jawazat of Makkah Al-Mukarramah Region, handled the conditions of those who lack entry visas or passports and provided them with the necessary facilities, in anticipation of completing their travel procedures in collaboration with the embassies of their countries. Saudi citizens and citizens of brotherly and friendly countries arriving in the Kingdom from Sudan had their procedures completed.
– Under the guidance and oversight of the Director General of Passports, Lieutenant General Sulaiman bin Abdulaziz Al-Yahya, the Jawazat Authority utilized its material, technical, and human resources to assist the returnees through King Abdulaziz Airport and Jeddah Islamic Port and to speed up their formalities. Most Viewed : Saudi Arabia hosts Sudanese pilgrims after the flights suspension
– Ayed Al-Manna, a journalist and political analyst, acknowledged that the Saudi embassy in Khartoum had evolved into a global center for sending nationals of other countries back to their own.
– The world should applaud the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for what it has done and is currently doing to preserve the lives, dignity, and humanity of foreigners who have been caught by fire in Sudan, he continued during an interview with Al-Ekhbariya channel.
– Al-Manna noted that the Kingdom transferred 2,148 foreign persons, over 95% of whom were foreign nationals, only 114 of whom were Saudi citizens, from Sudan to Saudi Arabia.
– Al-Manna emphasized that the entire world should show its gratitude and thanks to the Kingdom, particularly to the brave leadership and naval forces who put their lives in danger to save as many lives as they could. Join Saudi Expatriates Whatsapp Group