Interior Ministry relaxes visa restrictions for some nationalities

The border crossing is currently operating at limited capacity, but both sides have agreed to begin taking steps to kick start the necessary procedures for the border crossing to open fully. (Photo: J
(Photo: Jordan News)

AMMAN — Interior Minister Mazen Al-Faraya has issued new regulations facilitating procedures for entering the Kingdom with the aim of supporting the Jordanian economy, particularly the tourism sector, according to Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

The minister decided to lift restrictions on citizens from Albania and Moldova and grant entry visas at Jordanian diplomatic missions abroad or through border checkpoints upon their arrival to Jordan.

He also decided to allow tourist groups from Nigeria, Libya, the Philippines, Colombia, and Pakistan to enter the Kingdom without the need for prior approval, provided that they enter with a tourist group of no less than five people and within an approved tourist program.
He also decided to allow tourist groups from Syria to enter the Kingdom after they submit an application to the Ministry of Interior, and with the pledge of a tourism office that the groups follow a pre-prepared tourist program. The groups must keep their passports at a tourist office until they leave the country.

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