UAE Issues Travel Warning for Lebanon

Associated Press

The United Arab Emirates is warning a adults opposite roving to Lebanon, citing confidence concerns, a Gulf federation’s central news organisation said.

The UAE’s assign d’affaires in Lebanon, Hamad Mohammed al-Junaibi, urged all Emiratis in Lebanon to leave immediately and to work with a embassy to palliate their departures, according to a matter carried late Saturday by a Emirates WAM state news agency.

The warning follows a self-murder automobile bombing and military raids Friday opposite suspected members of an al-Qaida breakaway organisation allegedly plotting attacks in a country.

Lebanon is a renouned end for tourists from a Emirates and other oil-rich Gulf states.

The polite fight in Syria has had a extreme impact on tourism in adjacent Lebanon, as confidence concerns and other spillover from a dispute have frightened visitors away.

Separately, Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam arrived in Kuwait on Sunday for a daylong revisit that includes talks with his Kuwaiti counterpart.

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