Kuwait has suspended the issuance of visas for nationals of Pakistan, Syria, Iran, Afghanistan and Iraq.
According to the reports from Sputnik International, the government of Kuwait has told would-be migrants from the five banned nations not to apply for the visas, as the government is worried about the migration of extremist Islamic terrorists.
Following the footsteps of the USA, Kuwait has restricted trade, tourism and visitor visas from the mentioned countries. Earlier, Kuwait was the only country to ban the entry of Syrian nationals antecedent to Trump’s immigration ban.
As a member of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Kuwait has involved in tensions between GCC and Iran. In 2015, a group of terrorists bombed a Shia mosque, killing 27 Kuwaiti nationals.A survey was conducted in 2016, in which Kuwait was ranked one of the worst nations in the world for migrants.
A survey was conducted in 2016, in which Kuwait was ranked one of the worst nations in the world for migrants. On the other hand, the United States has officially put Iran on notice by saying-:
“Iran’s destabilizing behavior across the Middle, these are just the latest in a series of incidents in the past six months in which Houthi forces that Iran has trained and armed have struck Emirati and Saudi vessels, and threatened US and allied vessels transiting the Red Sea.”
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