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UAE eases off procedures for letting in Indians in view of Expo 2020 Dubai | Travel

  • While sharing particulars of Expo 2020 Dubai, which can be held from October 1 to March 31, 2022, Albanna mentioned all Indian guests whether or not they had vacationer visas or work visas can be allowed to enter the UAE with eased protocols of Covid-19.

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UPDATED ON SEP 16, 2021 09:04 PM IST

United Arab Emirates (UAE) has eased off procedures and Covid-19 protocols for coming into the nation in view of Expo 2020 Dubai, mentioned Ambassador of UAE to India Dr Ahmed Albanna on Thursday.

While sharing particulars of Expo 2020 Dubai, which can be held from October 1 to March 31, 2022, Albanna mentioned all Indian guests whether or not they had vacationer visas or work visas can be allowed to enter the UAE with eased protocols of COVID-19.

The Ambassador additional mentioned that “we have also created a mechanism to issuing visas and expediting issuing of visas to all people and foreigners to visit the Dubai Expo”.

He additionally mentioned that almost 25 million guests are anticipated to take part in the Expo 2020 Dubai and the presence of greater than 46,000 organisations from greater than 180 international locations is registered to do business in the occasion.

Expo 2020, the Ambassador mentioned, coincides with the UAE’s fiftieth anniversary in 2021, marking an vital milestone for the UAE. The occasion was earlier scheduled to happen on October 20, 2020-April 10, 2021.

Albanna mentioned that the occasion will happen in between the cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi and the primary web site of the occasion can be a 438 hectares space positioned between the cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, close to Dubai’s Western border with Abu Dhabi.

He mentioned that the theme of the Expo is “Connecting Minds, Creating the future”, mentioning “theme of the Expo is based on the belief that bringing the world together” and it may well “catalyse an exchange of new perspectives and inspire action to deliver real-life solutions to real-world challenges”. 

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