Good news for Kenyan citizens. UAE’s representative to Kenya Abdul Razzak Mohammed Hadi has launched the third visa offering counter at the outskirts of Emirates.
The opening ceremony was graced by the presence of foreign affairs and international deal, Kenyan minister, Amina Mohamed Jibril and several other senior executives.
At the inaugural function, the minister expressed his admiration for taking efforts to prop up the mutual relationship between the countries in various sectors.
He further revealed that inaugurating of the visa offering center and the consular section would enhance the customer service, dealing of consular affairs and admission of workers into the UAE.
This new visa centre is about to serve around 250 individuals in a day by authenticating the passports, fingerprints, iris scanning, medical tests in 55 health centres of UAE and face prints, said the director of consular service ministry Ahmed Elham Al Dhaheri.
Al Dhaheri said that UAE's MoFA is planning to launch various other category centers by 2015 He further noted that all the formalities would be done in accordance with internationally renowned standards Kenyan ministry expressed his gratitude for opening such visa centres that bring bilateral relationship between the countries.