Gulf states take part in 92nd Saudi National Day festivities

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DUBAI: Saudi visitors arriving at Gulf states were welcomed at the airports in celebration of the 92nd Saudi National Day.

Dubai International Airport held a series of festivities on Friday where the passport control’s smart gates were turned green after the color of the Saudi flag.
Airport staff received Saudi travelers with flowers, flags, sweets, and souvenirs as part of nationwide celebrations that “reaffirm the deeply-rooted ties and strategic relations between both countries,” said the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai.


A special stamp, designed with “UAE-Saudi together forever” and the Saudi National Day logo, was created for the day.
Similar celebrations were held at Bahrain International Airport where staff carried the Saudi flag and presented souvenirs to passengers arriving from Saudi Arabia.
A folk band performed national Saudi songs to mark the occasion.
Oman also carried out celebrations at the Empty Quarter border crossing in the presence of the Saudi ambassador to Oman Abdullah bin Saud Al-Enezi. The ceremony saw musical performance by folk bands, paragliding shows, and other activities.





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