Abdul Rahman Al-Muafa, Arab News Staff
Thursday 15 January 2004
Last Update 15 January 2004 12:00 am
RIYADH, 15 January 2004 — Indonesia will levy a visa fee of SR200 on Saudis traveling to the Southeast Asian country, a senior official at the Indonesian Embassy here told Arab News.
“This is a reciprocal measure,” said Counselor Joko Santoso, head of the information department at the embassy.
He said the new visa fee would be imposed on all Gulf citizens visiting his country.
“We are imposing this fee only on citizens of those countries, which charge similar fees from Indonesians,” he said. The visa is valid for one month but renewable.