The Pakistan Consulate in Dubai for the benefit of the community, especially the working class, has announced to provide all consular services every second Saturday from February.
The new procedure implemented "until further notice" is part of the "temporary adjustments" the consular mission has come up with relative to Coronavirus 2019.
The Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Dubai began on Tuesday implementing thermal screening to all its visitors and clients as part of its community health procedures to help curb the rapid and massive spread of Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) across the country.
Pakistanis who want to go back to their home country are following the directions issued by the Pakistan mission in the UAE. Just a couple of days back, the Consulate in Dubai and Northern Emirates through its various social media platforms asked community members to get registration for special flights that will take them to Pakistan.
People stopped to take selfies and photos, jamming a sidewalk busy with shoppers and families with strollers on a sunny day in Chengdu city. A little boy posed with a small Chinese flag before plainclothes police shooed him away as foreign media cameras zoomed in.
Yet the forced closure of the Chinese consulate in Houston and China’s order to shutter the US consulate in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu mark a new low point in ties between the world’s largest economies that can’t be easily smoothed over.
The Indian Consulate in Dubai said on Twitter, “Global Pravasi Rishta Portal — an interactive platform, has been launched by Ministry of External Affairs, India to facilitate communication with the Indian diaspora."
The US will close its consulate in the far eastern city of Vladivostok and suspend operations at its post in Yekaterinburg, CNN reported, citing a Dec.10 letter sent to Congress from the State Department.
Iraq condemned an attack on Iran’s consulate in the southern city of Najaf, its state news agency said early on Thursday, citing the foreign ministry, after the building was stormed
Hassan Afzal Khan presented his credentials to Rashid Al Qaseer, Deputy Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (Dubai Office) and assumed his responsibilities as consul general of Pakistan to Dubai and Northern Emirates.