No visa needed for Saudi citizens traveling to Belarus
The Republic of Belarus has issued a presidential decree to exempt citizens of 80 countries, including Saudi Arabia from the entry visa requirements
The Republic of Belarus has issued a presidential decree to exempt citizens of 80 countries, including Saudi Arabia from the entry visa requirements, the Saudi Press agency reported on Tuesday.
This was announced by the Director General of the General Directorate of Public Relations and Media at the Interior Ministry, General Dr. Mohammed bin Abdullah al-Maraol.
“The Ministry of Interior has received from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs a cable of the Belarusian presidential decree including visa exemption for Saudi citizens to enter Belarusian territory without the need for prior entry visa requirement.,” Maraol said.
The presidential decree is expected to be put into force one month after the date of issuance under certain conditions.
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