CAIRO: A total of 32 Egyptians were deported from Saud Arabia Wednesday for violating the Kingdom’s labor and residency laws, Youm7 reported.
Seven of the deportees are wanted in Egypt to serve terms, a source at the airport told Youm7.
They arrived in a Saudi airlines plane coming from Jeddah.
On May 26, 30 Egyptians were also deported from Jeddah, acknowledging they have been arrested by the Saudi authorities over illegal stay.
At least 111 Egyptians were deported from Saudi Arabia in April, while in March, at least 118 others were deported. The Egyptian Foreign Ministry has repeatedly warned citizens not to overstay their visas in Saudi Arabia or return to the kingdom illegally after deportation.