UAE cautions citizens over travelling to Lebanon
Abu Dhabi, Aug 17 - The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has called on its citizens, holders of the diplomatic, special and regular passports, against travelling to Lebanon.
The foreign ministry's advisory was issued in the light of prevailing circumstances in that country.
Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Butti Al Hamed, under secretary in the UAE foreign ministry, urged the UAE citizens in Lebanon to leave immediately, adding that they have to coordinate with the UAE embassy in Beirut. (IANS)
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