UAE Finance Minister Obaid bin Humaid Al Tayer surprised all expatriates in the UAE, with a harsh decision and an unexpected matter, during his interview with Sky News Arabia news, the implications and contents of the dialogue broadcast on Sky News Arabic yesterday in a few lines, through this article through Al-Mukhtar newspaper so follow us .
This interview was conducted via the Sky News Arabic channel. UAE Finance Minister Obaid bin Humaid Al Tayer said today that the UAE government will take strict and very severe financial measures that exceed the usual, and may be painful for migrant workers in the UAE as well, in order to combat the repercussions of the Corona virus.
In turn, Obaid bin Humaid Al Tayer added, in excerpts from an interview with "Sky News Arabia", which was published yesterday evening that the UAE government is exploring several options and on all levels to cope with these difficult conditions experienced by the Emirates.
Through him, Obaid bin Humaid Al Tayer has stressed the necessity of reducing some of the general budget expenses of the country in an urgent way, and Obaid bin Humaid Al Tayer has followed that the Emirates have not faced such a crisis before, indicating that revenues have witnessed a significant and significant decrease that must be intervened to reduce it In any way.
Also, Obaid bin Humaid Al Tayer stressed that the UAE government will place among its priorities in the current stage the preservation of citizens' jobs in the private sector, as well as maintaining the continuity of basic services for citizens and expatriates in the Emirates.
But not only at the expense of the state treasury only, and from this standpoint, expatriates may have retroactive fees and many service fees that were exempted from them during the Corona period in the country.
Meanwhile, the UAE Ministry of Health announced today that the UAE has carried out 28,000 tests today on citizens and residents. This examination has resulted in the registration of 462 new infections with the Corona virus, bringing the number of cases to 15,192 registered cases.
He added, 187 cases recovered today, and the total number of cases recovered reached 3153, while 9 deaths were recorded, bringing the total deaths to 146 cases.
Hence, he continued, saying that the preventive measures are the same in the day, in terms of adherence to the preventive measures and checks that are conducted for the shopkeepers and institutions.
In the evening, there is a commitment to the ban dates from 10 pm until 6 am the next day and to reduce the capacity of labor institutions to operate with 30% of their staff.