Dubai: Authorities in the UAE have issued a travel advisory to more than 10 countries, and warned Emiratis against travelling to three countries.
As schools come to a close and families gear up for their annual summer holiday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) has warned travellers against visiting certain countries due to political reasons, or security and health concerns.
The ministry has also issued a travel warning to 13 countries and cautioned travellers to exercise caution when visiting such unstable destinations, including Brazil, the Republic of Yemen and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has alerted residents to take caution when travelling to these countries:
|Country||Date of issue||Warning reason|
|3||Democratic Republic of Congo||28/12/2016||Security situation|
|5||Republic of South Sudan||10/8/2014||Security situation|
Source: UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation