Saudis Traveling to Iraq to be Penalised

By John Lee.

Saudi citizens caught traveling to Iraq will face a fine of SR10,000 ($2,700) and a three-year travel ban, according to a report from Arab News.

Col. Salman Al-Muhaya, director of the Saudi travel section at the Passport Department, said:

“There are exceptional cases where Saudis may be allowed to travel … based on specific regulations. In Iraq, for instance, certain procedures must be followed by Saudis that have to be cleared by ad hoc committees in certain areas.”

(Source: Arab News)

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