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Post by claud39 on Thu Jul 18, 2019 7:26 am

Saudi Border Crossing to Officially Reopen in Oct

18th July 2019 



Saudi Border Crossing to Officially Reopen in Oct Saudi-Iraq-Kuwait-border-map-623x346






18th July 2019 in Iraq Industry & Trade NewsIraq Transportation News

By John Lee.
The Arar border crossing between Saudi Arabia and Iraq will reportedly officially reopen in October.
It was closed in 1990 following Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait.
According to Gulf News, some pilgrims are currently being allowed to pass through the crossing to participate in next month’s Haj.
(Source: Gulf News)



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