A government source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the decision was taken a long time ago and there are no intentions to change it.
Meanwhile, Minister of Political and Parliamentary Affairs Khaled Kalaldeh said the government has been implementing these procedures since the country started receiving Syrian refugees.
However, announcing the decision officially seeks to inform airline companies, so that they do not allow Syrians who do not have valid residency permits on board flights to
Syrians who enter the Kingdom as refugees are those using land border crossings.
According to official figures, there are currently more than 1.25 million Syrians in
Of the total, there are some 130,000 in the Zaatari Refugee Camp in the northeastern Governorate of Mafraq and more than 6,000 in the newly established Azraq Refugee Camp.
However, the rest -- more than 80 per cent of the Syrian refugees in
To this end,
The statement published on the
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