Saturday, November 21, 2020

Pak embassy in UAE asks staff to be careful on social media

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Abu Dhabi [UAE], November 21 (ANI): The Embassy of Pakistan in UAE on Friday requested individuals from Pakistani people group to submit to the online media laws of their host nation.

"The Embassy of Pakistan Abu Dhabi prompts Pakistani people group individuals living in UAE to submit to the nearby laws of the host nation and separate States in utilizing online media," said an articulation gave by the international safe haven, revealed SAMAA TV.

The consulate didn't explain in the event that it got any objections against individuals from the Pakistani people group from the experts in the UAE, despite the fact that Pakistanis in the UAE have been whining for the recent days that the visas of their relatives are being dismissed by UAE authorities.

"Outside of any relevant connection to the issue at hand online media action should be kept away from and any issue/issue looked by network individuals might be accounted for to this Embassy," read the assertion.

Pakistan Information Minister Shibli Faraz has affirmed that the visa administrations have been suspended for new Pakistani candidates, detailed SAMAA TV.

"This won't influence the individuals who as of now hold visit visas," he added.

The UAE has incidentally suspended the issuance of new visas to guests for Pakistan and 11 different nations until additional notification.

Pakistan's Foreign Office on Wednesday affirmed the news saying that the choice by the UAE specialists is 'accepted to be identified with the second rush of COVID-19'. (ANI)

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