Israel-Gaza War, Maldives

Foreign Ministry recommends Israelis in Maldives leave at once due to ban

This decision comes after the Maldives government announced a ban on those with Israeli passports from entering the country.

An island paradise - now barred to Israelis. The Maldives. (Photo: icemanphotos/Shutterstock)

Following the decision of the Maldives government to ban those with Israeli passports from entering the island country, the Foreign Ministry issued a guidance to all Israelis not to enter even with foreign passports and to leave if already present there.


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