The Border Ports Authority announced today, Saturday, the departure of 300,000 visitors yesterday through land and air ports.
The head of the Border Ports Authority, Major General Omar Al-Waeli, told the official agency, “Based on the Prime Minister’s directives to follow up on the departure of the last visitor, the Ports Authority continues to facilitate the procedures for visitors to leave the border crossings,” pointing out that “the number of visitors departing yesterday, Friday, reached 300,000 visitors who left Iraq via Land and air ports.
He pointed out that “the Ports Authority and all its cadres continue to implement the Prime Minister’s directives by providing all means and facilities for the procedure of foreign visitors through land and air ports.”
The head of the Border Ports Authority, Major General Omar Al-Waeli, announced earlier that more than two and a half million visitors had left for their country after performing the Arbaeen visit.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency