Saudi Passport Become The 71st Most Powerful Passport In The World

Saudi Passport Become The 71st Most Powerful Passport In The World

Saudi passports are still valid, despite the severe impact of the Covid-19 epidemic on international air travel. Currently, Saudi Arabia has the 71st-most powerful passport in the world, based on information from the lesson website.

79 countries can be entered without a prior visa for Saudi passport holders, according to international organizations. The scale of the world’s most powerful passport is based on travel to countries without a visa in advance.

Japan, Singapore, Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, South Korea, the Netherlands, Austria, and France are among the top 10 countries. On the other hand, at the bottom of the list are Syrian, Iraqi, and Afghan passports.

Saudi Arabia Provoked Its Citizens To Travel To Indonesia Due To Growing Covid-19

The Saudi Interior Ministry has barred Saudi nationals from traveling to Indonesia due to Corona’s

According to the SPA, the Interior Ministry has advised Saudi nationals to be cautious as the spread of the coronavirus has increased in Indonesia while stopping travelers to Indonesia.

The Interior Ministry has asked its citizens in Indonesia to exercise caution and stay away from areas where the virus is spreading rapidly. Ministry also advised the KSA citizens to exercise caution and return to the country as soon as possible.

On SATURDAY, there were 1383 fatalities in Indonesia. It is interesting that Saudi Arabia has banned its citizens from going there directly or indirectly.

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