The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has denied any cases of abuse of Emiratis at Georgia airports
Abu Dhabi: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has denied any cases of abuse of Emiratis at Georgia airports.
This came as part of the ministry’s follow up on unconfirmed reports circulated on social media platforms saying that Georgian authorities were abusing and forcing citizens to go back to the UAE.
The ministry said that the cases of passengers, who were asked to return, are related to some expatriates living in the UAE and were accompanying Emiratis on their trip to Georgia.
Earlier, the ministry had urged expatriate residents to make sure of the validity of their visas and identity documents before traveling to Georgia or other countries.
It urged citizens to follow travel advices and instructions before and during their travel abroad in its efforts to ensure their safety.
The ministry stressed the importance of referring to the ministry’s website or its social media channels to ensure the correctness of information and not to circulate any information from anonymous sources.
The ministry called on citizens to register in the ‘Tawagudi’ service and be aware of all travel instructions and advices. It urged them to call number +995595666466 in cases of emergency or by contacting the ministry’s call centre at 009718004444.