Saudi Arabia calls on its citizens not to travel to Lebanon in light of recent events

Saudi Arabia calls on its citizens not to travel to Lebanon in light of recent events
Saudi Arabia calls on its citizens not to travel to Lebanon in light of recent events

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia called on its citizens, on Sunday evening, not to travel to Lebanon “due to the current circumstances”, in reference to the recent tensions in the country.

In a statement, the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, “Given the current conditions in Lebanon, we call on all honorable citizens to follow the instructions issued by the concerned authorities not to travel to many countries, including Lebanon.”

And on Thursday, Tayouneh Square in the southern suburb of Beirut witnessed violent clashes that claimed the lives of 7 people, as an armed group opened fire on members of the Amal Movement and Hezbollah in front of the office of the investigating judge in the Beirut port explosion, Tariq Al-Bitar.

Earlier, the Kuwaiti embassy in Lebanon called on Kuwaitis to leave the country, calling at the same time for those wishing to travel to Lebanon to slow down, according to a statement by the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry.

 
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