UAE Introduces “Tawajudi for residents” service

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation introduced a new service on the ministry’s website entitled “Tawajudi for residents”. A service intended for residents with valid residency and who are outside the country. This service aims to facilitate their safe return to the UAE in emergency cases.

The great eagerness of the UAE leadership, which includes every citizen, resident, and visitor in his view, in these emergency circumstances, is not surprising since human stability is always a top priority in our wise leadership approach.

“Tawajudi for residents”

The UAE Foreign Ministry launches a “Tawajudi for residents” service for those outside the UAE

They can register for this service via the dedicated page on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, which enables the ministry to easily communicate with those registered with the service. The service can be accessed on the main page of the Ministry’s website, under Individual Services, with a presence address for residents.

This comes in the keenness of the UAE and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation to protect the health and safety of residents on its soil and facilitate their return to the homeland in emergency cases.

Important alert from the UAE embassy in Vienna

The UAE embassy in Austria invites its citizens in 3 countries to leave before March 23

The UAE embassy in Vienna has invited citizens of the UAE who are in

  1. Austria
  2. Slovakia
  3. Slovenia

They should leave before March 23, 2020. As the last direct flight to the country is on March 22, 2020, from Vienna International Airport.

The embassy said through its official account on “Twitter”, today, Saturday:

“The embassy of the state in Vienna also invites the citizens of the state who are in Austria, Slovakia and Slovenia to register in the presence service.”

Eventually, The need to contact the embassy on the number: 00436642600230

An important statement from the UAE embassy in Washington

The UAE embassy in Washington DC announced

The implementation of the remote work system starting tomorrow, Monday until further notice, in order to ensure the safety of auditors.

The Embassy said in a tweet via its Twitter account:

Please note that the embassy will implement the remote work system from next Monday until further notice. So, please call the following number in emergency situations and to apply for consular services: 202-243-2400

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