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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