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Kuwait denies banning Iranian entry visas

March 22- Kuwait has denied a report published on Sunday that suggested that the country has banned Iranians from being issued visas to enter the country. The Kuwait Ministry of Interior termed the report as being "unfounded".
The statement added that the National Directorate "has not issued any verbal or written instructions in this regard". The statement concluded by saying the ministry facilitated “the entry of various nationalities in order to transform Kuwait into a financial centre.”
 

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