UAE Reportedly Readying to Lift Lebanon Travel Warning


The United Arab Emirate is readying to lift its travel warning for Lebanon but it is still monitoring the situation, a media report said.

Saudi Arabia had lifted its travel warning for the country on Wednesday, citing an improvement in the security situation.

“Despite the positivity of the decision taken by Saudi Arabia in allowing its citizens to travel to Lebanon, and its beneficial impact on the treasury’s revenues, the private sector and employment, we must not rule out that Riyadh and other capitals are still monitoring the Lebanese measures, starting from the extent of Lebanon’s commitment to the dissociation policy while also counting the necessary security and logistic measures at the Rafik Hariri International Airport,” ministerial and parliamentary sources told al-Hayat newspaper in remarks published Sunday.

Several ministerial sources also told al-Hayat that “the UAE is readying for a similar decision as part of showing more openness to the country, but is also closely monitoring the situation.”

Comments 3
Thumb doodle-dude 17 February 2019, 13:43

The only thing that will bring back UAE tourists to Lebanon is blablablablablabla's deep and wide luv tunnel. It has hidden treasures and wet slopes that will make any male tourist water at the mouth.

Thumb s.o.s 17 February 2019, 17:03

LoL I bet they’re already queuing to probe the slopes.

Thumb Knight 18 February 2019, 05:48