The US president’s implication of a travel ban on more ‘few countries’
- January 23, 2020
- Andrew S Gillis
US President Donald Trump points to a travel ban on citizens of more ‘few countries’.
According to foreign news agency AFP, Donald Trump said that his administration is compiling a list of “few countries” whose citizens will be banned from entering the United States or that citizens of those countries are hard to come by. Will be subject to the completion of the Terms.
Speaking on the occasion of the World Economic Forum in Davos, he said, “We are banning some countries, we need protection, our people should be protected”.
US President Donald Trump added that ‘the names of sanctions countries will be exposed soon’.
On the other hand, the Wall Street Journal reports that the Trump administration plans to impose travel bans on seven countries.
These countries include some African and Asian countries, including Nigeria, according to the report.
In addition, citizens of Belarus, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Sudan and Tanzania are considering imposing new rules for entry into the United States.
It should be noted that immediately after Donald Trump took office, he signed an executive order that banned citizens of Iran, Sudan, Syria, Libya, Somalia and Yemen from entering the United States.
Iraq was included in US President Donald Trump’s January 27, 2017 decision, but was later removed from the list of sanctions due to the presence of the US military, which ordered Syrian refugees to return to the country. Was stopped.
Later, the US president issued a new travel order banning citizens of North Korea, Chad and Venezuela from entering the United States, while removing Sudan’s name from the current travel ban list.
New sanctions were imposed by the US after the expiration of the ’90-day travel ban, but the White House said the move was designed to protect the United States from any terrorist attacks. ۔
Remember that in a past statement, Donald Trump said, “As a president, I will not allow people who want to harm us to come to our country, I want people who want the United States and its people.” Love all citizens and who are hard-working and productive. ‘