Saudi Arabia is going to give citizenship to foreigners. The approval was given by Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz in a royal decree on Thursday. News from Saudi Gazette.
According to the report, Saudi Arabia will grant citizenship to foreigners who are skilled in various fields. This citizenship will be given to those who have special skills and talents in medicine, law, science and technology, culture, sports.
The condition states that if both parents are Saudi citizens and their child is born in a foreign country, he or she will receive Saudi citizenship.
The country also wants to grant citizenship to attract skilled and competent people. They want to use their talent in the country.
According to the Saudi Gazette, the authorities hope that those who will be granted citizenship will use their talents in various development projects in Saudi Arabia.
However, a limited number of professionals will be given this opportunity.
The rules of application state that the applicant or his / her legal representative can apply to the Department of Civil Affairs of Saudi Arabia.
Applications will be screened by the Ministry of Home Affairs, the country’s civil affairs agency.
The applicant must enter Saudi legally and hold a valid passport, which allows him to return to his home country without any restrictions or conditions.
Must stay in Saudi Arabia for at least 10 years at his own expense under the country’s residence permit or residency permit.
Must work in a profession necessary for the country.
Mukhtar Alam Sikder of Bangladeshi descent got citizenship on the first day after the announcement. He has been working as the chief calligrapher for 20 years at the Gilaf manufacturer in Kabaghar, Makkah.
Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Mohamed Dibeibah has said that if the Libyan people want, I will run for president.
Saif al-Islam, the son of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, made the remarks a day after he submitted his nomination for the December election. News Daily Sabah.
At a meeting organized by the National Youth Council in Tripoli on Monday, Dibeibah asked the students, “It’s up to you.” I take part in the election – do you want or do not want?
“I will announce my position on taking part in the presidential election in due course,” he said.
“We want a transparent parliament that will serve the people of Libya, and we want a law for elections that the people of the country will agree on,” he said.
Dibeibah has not yet officially announced his candidacy.
According to Libya’s current election law, he must resign from all government responsibilities at least three months before the election in order to declare his candidacy.
Libya is set to hold presidential elections on December 24.
This is the first direct presidential election in Libya since the fall of Gaddafi’s government in 2011.
A hacker group called Musa Lathi has launched a major cyber attack in Israel.
The group said it had broken the servers of major Israeli companies and now had documentaries on key Israeli installations that could be released. News of the record.
The hacker group Musa Lathi said on Monday that it had carried out cyber attacks targeting a number of Israeli organizations and had seized information on a number of key installations.
The hacker group said it had obtained information from Israel’s Airborne Mapping Survey and had 3D images of Zionist Israeli military installations and important buildings.