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Indian Ambassador To Saudi Arabia Oussef Saeed Has Said That Steps Are Being Taken To Alleviate The Plight Of Thousands Of Expatriates Stranded Due To The Lack Of Direct Flights From India To Saudi Arabia. The Solution Is For Passengers To Travel Directly To Saudi Arabia From India. “It Is Unknown At This Time What He Will Do After Leaving The Post,” He Told A News Conference At The Consulate. Saudi Arabia, Along With Brazil And Argentina, Has Imposed A Ban On Indians From India In The Wake Of September Figures On The Incidence And Spread Of The Disease In India.
But Today, India Is Far Ahead In Terms Of Kovid Defense. In September, There Were 90,000 Patients A Day, But Today There Are Only Half As Many Patients. There Has Been A Significant Reduction In Morbidity And Mortality. India Is Also A Leader In The Development Of The Kovid Vaccine. Since There Is No Direct Air Service, It Is The Intermediaries Who Reap The Benefits As It Comes Through Other Countries. The Same Thing Happens With Umrah Pilgrims. The Ambassador Said That The Saudi Civil Aviation Department Had Been Informed And Was Convinced. It Is Now Possible For Indians To Return From Saudi Arabia And Return To Work In The Health And Education Sectors Under The India-saudi Air Bilateral Agreement. See Also: Employer cannot able to Cancel Exit Re-Entry of Expat and not responsible for Re-Entry visa Fee
Saudi Airlines And Air India Are Also Preparing For The Service From India. The Ambassador Said That In Such A Scenario, There Is A Need To Create An Opportunity For Ordinary Expatriates From India To Return And The Discussion Of The Civil Aviation Department In This Regard Is In Progress. He Was Explaining The Steps Being Taken By The Indian Mission Despite The Kovid Crisis.