Egyptian authorities have refused to receive a Qatar-chartered Spanish airplane transporting stranded Egyptians from Doha, a supply on the Qatari Foreign Ministry stated right this moment.
The supply advised Al Jazeera that the Qatari authorities had employed a Spanish aircraft on Friday, including that Egyptian authorities had refused “to receive the carrier before take off, claiming that all the international air traffic at Cairo airport had stopped as a precautionary measure to fight the coronavirus.”
Al Jazeera not too long ago reported that a whole bunch of stranded Egyptian staff in Qatar had been demanding authorities in Cairo and Doha safe their return house, referring to the “special flights which had recently transported Egyptians from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.”
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Social media activists not too long ago launched a marketing campaign attacking the Egyptian regime for what they described as its refusal “to receive stranded citizens in Doha who are facing a critical humanitarian situation”. They additionally criticised the truth that a lot of Egyptian flights in Europe and the Gulf have been nonetheless working to return Egyptians stranded there.
The activists hailed Qatar for its “humanitarian stance in trying to transport stranded Egyptians at no cost.”
So far, a minimum of 1,330,461 folks worldwide have contracted the coronavirus, of whom greater than 73,871 have died; 277,707 have recovered, in accordance to the US’ Worldometers. The World Health Organisation has declared the disaster to be a pandemic.