Ukraine's Foreign Ministry recommends avoid trips to 11 countries
The Foreign Ministry of Ukraine has recommended that its citizens not travel to Pakistan because of the worsening of the security situation in this country.
"The Foreign Ministry of Ukraine recommends that Ukrainians avoid the making trips to Islamic republic Pakistan at this time because of the worsened security situation in this country and the growing menace of terrorism," Acting Director of the Information Policy Department of the Ukrainian Foreign Minister Yevhen Perebyinis said.
He added that Ukrainians now in Pakistan should keep away from large crowds of people and places popular with foreigners.
Moreover, the ministry noted its advice not to visit Saudi Arabia because the spread of a virus causing atypical pneumonia, and that tourists already in the country should not visit places where this disease has been registered.
The Foreign Ministry noted that today recommendations for the citizens of Ukraine to avoid trips to some cities of Egypt, Libya, Iraq, Eritrea, Algeria, central African Republic, Mali and Guinea are still in effect.