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A Saudi female officer processes a passenger’s passport at King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) on Monday after Jeddah Governor Prince Mishal Bin Majed opened the special immigration counters exclusively for women travelers at KAIA. The Passport Department has appointed as many as 74 Saudi women to work at the desks in a move to protect the privacy of female passengers.

A Saudi female officer processes a passenger’s passport at King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) on Monday after Jeddah Governor Prince Mishal Bin Majed opened the special immigration counters exclusively for women travelers at KAIA. The Passport Department has appointed as many as 74 Saudi women to work at the desks in a move to protect the privacy of female passengers.

A Saudi female officer processes a passenger’s passport at King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) on Monday after Jeddah Governor Prince Mishal Bin Majed opened the special immigration counters exclusively for women travelers at KAIA. The Passport Department has appointed as many as 74 Saudi women to work at the desks in a move to protect the privacy of female passengers.

 

 

 

 



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