UAE blacklists 38 people and multiple agencies

UAE has blacklisted 15 agencies and 38 people, both foreign and local, under accusations of funding terrorism and conducting terrorist activities.

According to Arab media, the UAE government has urged monitoring various suspicious agencies to monitor terrorist support. Individuals and institutions that are known to support terrorism in a financial, technical, logistical or commercial form have been blacklisted, and state laws in this regard will be implemented in 24 hours.

Furthermore, the list of these individuals and agencies has been published by Arab media.

On the other hand, according to Iranian reports, various citizens of Lebanon, Iraq, India, Yemen, Afghanistan, Syria, Nigeria, and Iran were also recently blacklisted by the UAE. Most of the sanctions imposed include people from companies that are active in trade, shipping, and exchange.

According to Iranian media, no reason was given for this blacklisting. This blacklisting has come at a time when the US-backed Saudi government is seen interfering in the internal affairs of other countries, including Yemen, and also to normalize relations with the Israeli government.

Yesterday, UAE announced to provide visit visas on arrival to passengers from several countries. This service has been active since last month.

According to Gulf News, passengers from 70 countries of the world can get a visa upon arrival in Dubai. This will give them a 90-day visit visa and also allow multiple entries.

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