Trump declines to impose visa ban on countries that refuse to call their citizens abroad

Trump declines to impose visa ban on countries that refuse to call their citizens abroad
US President Donald Trump on Friday announced a new visa ban on citizens of countries refusing to call their citizens home during the Kovid-19 global pandemic. Trump issued a memorandum for visa restrictions, which will come into force with immediate effect and remain in effect until December 31 of this year.

Trump said in the memo that countries that refuse to call their citizens or residents from the US during the pandemic of the Kovid-19 or are delaying without cause are posing unacceptable public health threats to Americans .

In a memorandum addressed to the Minister of Home Security and the Foreign Minister, the President said that the United States should send foreign nationals who violate US laws.

In this regard, the process will begin by the Minister of Home Security, who will identify those countries that did not accept the request of the US to call their citizens home. He will then notify the Foreign Minister. Trump said that within seven days of receiving such notification, the foreign minister would impose a visa ban on a country that is not calling back its citizens.