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Several travel advisories on Sri Lanka softened

29 May 2019 - 399   - 2

Several travel advisories by Switzerland, India, Germany and Sweden imposed against Sri Lanka in the aftermath of the ISIS militant bombings on April 21 have been softened this week. This follow China relaxing its travel advisory on Sri Lanka last week.

Germany on May 28 updated its travel advisory on Sri Lanka from "unnecessary travel to Sri Lanka is still discouraged" to "Despite the restoration of public order, travel to Sri Lanka will continue to be more cautious."

Switzerland on May 27 updated its travel advisory on Sri Lanka from "avoid unnecessary travel to Sri Lanka" to "In Sri Lanka travellers must be very vigilant about their personal safety." 

India's travel advisory was updated on Tuesday from being advised against "non essential travel" to being asked to "be careful and vigilant" when travelling to Sri Lanka. (Sunimalee)

  Comments - 2

  • Suresh Wednesday, 29 May 2019 01:05 PM

    Sweden has updated its travel advice, however, their status is still dissuasive and discourages non-essential travel to Sri Lanka.

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    Molankan Wednesday, 29 May 2019 07:11 PM

    All those countries has in short adviced its citizen to travel to srilanka but, at your own " responsibility and risk ".

    Reply : 0       0

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