Saudi Arabia to lift suspension on int’l flights from tomorrow


RIYADH: Saudi Arabia will partially lift its suspension on international flights from Tuesday.

In a statement, the Interior Ministry said that Gulf citizens and non-Saudis with valid residency permits or visas will be allowed to enter the kingdom as long as they are not infected with the virus.

The ministry also said that Saudi Arabia will later announce a plan to gradually allow the Umrah pilgrimage.  

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