Gulf diplomatic crisis: Qatari pilgrims' entry into Saudi Arabia allowed only from two airports
Saudi Arabia announced that Qatari pilgrims will be allowed access to Saudi Arabia via only two designated airports, media reports said on Sunday.
Riyadh: Saudi Arabia announced that Qatari pilgrims will be allowed access to Saudi Arabia via only two designated airports, media reports said on Sunday.
Saudi Arabia's Haj and Umra Ministry confirmed that pilgrims and Umra performers from Qatar should arrive only at King Abdulaziz Airport in Jeddah and Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz Airport in Medina, Xinhua news agency reported, quoting Al-Jazeera.
Saudi Arabia last week said Qatari pilgrims can come via any but the Qatari Airline.
In June, after announcing that it will cut ties with Qatar, Saudi Arabia, however, denied that Qatari nationals will be refused entry into Muslim's holy city of Mecca.
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