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Libya Travel Advice

Due to recent demonstrations taking place in the country the Foreign Office had advised against all but essential travel to Libya and for those without a pressing need to be in the country to leave via commerical means.

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Travel Advice updated for Tunisia

As of Friday 4th February the Foreign Office is no longer advising against all but essential travel to Tunisia. The Minister for the Middle East and North Africa, Alistair Burt said: “Last month’s events in Tunisia were watched around the world. There is now a new government which is broad-based and has signalled its intention [...]

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Sharm El Sheikh and Red Sea Area

The Foreign Office continue to advise against all but essential travel to Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor and Suez. There is a curfew being imposed in these areas, however this is not being enforced in the Red Sea Resort area, including both Sharm El Sheikh and Hurgada, where the situation remains calm and the resorts are operating [...]

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Demonstrators in Egypt

Update on Demonstrations in Egypt

The Foreign Office have advised against all but essential travel to Cairo (all four governorates, including Giza), Alexandria, Luxor and Suez. The nationwide curfew has been extended from 1500-0800 local time. They recommend that British nationals without a pressing need to be in Cairo, Alexandria or Suez leave by commercial means where it is safe [...]

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FCO advising against travel to Tunisia

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) is now advising against all but essential travel to Tunisia. This is following demonstrations, some violent, in multiple locations across the country. More information on the change, including advice for British nationals already in Tunisia can be found on our website, www.fco.gov.uk/tunisia. The FCO will also be regularly updating [...]

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