GCC supports the private sector with the standard tourist visa
Official has predicted the accession of Bahrain to the ' standard ' tourist visa, currently in place between Oman and Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (Dubai), paving the way for approval of this project among the Gulf Cooperation Council. Khalil al-khonji, President of the Federation of Gulf chambers: that King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of Bahrain, expressed his country's readiness to join the draft standard tourist visa between Oman and Dubai and Qatar, the GCC economy gains. The King of Bahrain issued a decision on the matter, while receiving a delegation of the Union finally, which would pave the way for other countries in the project as saying.
Al khonji said the project is currently on the Advisory Board of the Gulf Cooperation Council, which meets in Kuwait on 5th of February next, to take what they deemed appropriate. The President of the Federation of Gulf Chambers ' standard ' visa project is made by the private sector, and specifically in Oman, Gulf leaders subsequently adopted, due to good investment returns for the economy of the region. He said: ' Oman has successful experience in visa with Dubai and Qatar, and we look forward to entering a fourth State of the project, and we believe that Bahrain en route to this. 'He hoped the wider adherence to the two remaining on the Board, namely Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, ' until the project effect between all GCC States ' in accordance with llkhangi.