Two-month-old Zeina Al Amiri, the child of Dr. Abdullah Al Amiri, was born in Kuwait this April. Zeina's mother and older brother Zayed were based in Kuwait since July 2019, as Dr. Al Amiri was completing the Cleveland Clinic Service Excellence Training Programme in the United States.
Flights to be operated to five Indian cities between July 12 and July 26, 2020. The flights will be operated to Bengaluru, Delhi, Kochi, Mumbai and Thiruvananthapuram.
Since June, the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi and the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai have so far assisted and oversaw the departure of 26,500 of their countrymen as a result of the pandemic.
India’s Ministry of Civil Aviation has confirmed that Air India’s repatriation flights for its citizens in the Gulf wishing to return home in view of coronavirus disruptions will be extended into its Phase V from Aug.1, 2020.
“We have not found anybody yet who has agreed to go back, but all our preparations are in place,” said Khaled Hossain, a senior official with the Refugee, Relief and Rehabilitation commissioner’s office.
Turkey aims to repatriate around 2,500 militants, the majority of whom will be sent to European Union nations, state broadcaster TRT Haber said, adding there were currently 813 militants at 12 deportation centres in the country.
The free repatriation of Filipinos continues. A Joint Advisory from the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi (AUHPE) and the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai (PCGDXB) has identified the schedules of the Philippine Air Lines chartered flights.
450,000 Indians registered electronically for returning to their country through the embassy in Abu Dhabi and the Indian consulate in Dubai
Sponsorship of the tickets reflects the organisation’s commitment to the humanitarian spirit and the value of tolerance that is part of the vision of Sheikh Mohammed, says Al Shaibani.