Ukraine's foreign ministry issues Libya, Thailand travel warnings
The Foreign Ministry of Ukraine has again recommended that Ukrainians not travel to Libya because of the worsening of the security situation there.
"Because of the worsening of the situation in Libya caused by military confrontations in Tripoli, as well as because of the real threat of their repetition, Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry once again recommends that Ukrainians not travel to Libya until the situation normalizes," director of the information policy department of the Ukraine's Foreign Ministry Yevhen Perebyinis said at a briefing on Tuesday.
According to him, Ukrainian citizens now in Libya should avoid large crowds of people and not discuss with the local population religious or political topics.
Moreover, the ministry advises Ukrainians who plan to visit Thailand not to use services of Thai tourist entities who have no motor transport with safe conditions to carry passengers, qualified drivers and maintenance staff among the local population, or the required permits to conduct such activities.
The ministry’s recommendations are connected with frequent cases of car accidents occurring in Thailand.
"Planning trips to Thailand, despite of aims and terms, Ukrainian citizens should have registered documents for life and health insurance," Perebyinis said.