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State of emergency ongoing

State of emergency ongoing

The FCO has now advised against all but essential to Tunisia’s Biq region, and continues to advise travellers not to visit the countries southernmost border with Libya, as well as parts of its western border with Algeria such as the Chaambi Mountains National Park.


Tunisia’s state of emergency, declared after a suicide attack on a police bus in November 2015, has been repeatedly extended, most recently on March 12 for a further seven months.


Since the Sousse attack, says the FCO, the UK government has been working with the Tunisian authorities to investigate the wider threat from terrorist groups, adding the Tunisian government had since improved protective security measures in major cities and tourist resorts.


However, tourists are still warned to be vigilant to the threat posed by terrorism, especially attacks specifically targeting westerners.

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