4 years ago in Daily GK Current Affairs

Which country has announced plans to scrap landing cards for Indians and other non-EU citizens as part of of its ongoing digital transformation of border?
किस देश ने भारतीयों और अन्य गैर-यूरोपीय संघ के नागरिकों के लिए लैंडिंग कार्ड स्क्रैप करने की योजना की घोषणा की है, जो सीमा के उसके मौजूदा डिजिटल रूपांतरण का हिस्सा है?

[A] Germany
[B] Russia
[C] China
[D] United States
[E] United Kingdom
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ajaykumar
ajaykumar - 4 years ago

ajaykumar from Nadghat, India is saying Germany is correct answer

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Inderjit singh ubhi - 4 years ago

Inderjit singh ubhi from Faridabad, India is saying United States is correct answer

Sayed badruzama
Sayed badruzama - 4 years ago

Sayed badruzama from Mumbai, India is saying China is correct answer

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Nazia Sayed - 4 years ago

Nazia Sayed from Mumbai, India is saying China is correct answer

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paritosh radadiya - 4 years ago

paritosh radadiya from Amdavad, India is saying Germany is correct answer

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