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Travel warnings updated: Counterterrorism Headquarters updates - these are the most dangerous countries to fly to right now | Israel Hayom

2023-12-04T12:07:51.575Z

Highlights: Travel warnings updated: Counterterrorism Headquarters updates - these are the most dangerous countries to fly to right now. Many Israelis have already begun to think about a slight refreshment abroad and accordingly, and of course in light of the constantly changing security developments during the Iron Sword War. The list of countries considered the safest and defined at level 1 are: Vietnam, Japan, Laos, Singapore, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Poland, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Switzerland and more.


Against the background of an initial trend of Israelis returning to fly in order to "clear their heads", the Counterterrorism Headquarters published an up-to-date list of countries that are safe to fly to and those that should be avoided at all costs • The list includes, under the cover of the war, countries that were never part of this list, but now due to additional risk factors that have been added, pose a risk of varying magnitudes


Many Israelis have already begun to think about a slight refreshment abroad and accordingly, and of course in light of the constantly changing security developments during the Iron Sword War, the Counterterrorism Headquarters today published a new travel warning map, with dramatic changes in dozens of countries around the world.

Full map, photo: Counterterrorism Headquarters

As you may recall, a few weeks ago a general travel warning was issued for the whole world, but now, as mentioned, it is changing and there are countries that receive the lowest travel warning category (1), to which, according to the NSC, it is least dangerous to fly.

Let's start with the most dangerous countries according to the Counterterrorism Headquarters and level 4, which means a recommendation not to fly and if you are at a destination, leave as soon as possible due to real fear. The countries that are relevant to the Israeli tourist and are in the category of the most dangerous countries are: Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Indonesia and the southern regions of Thailand, not including the well-known and touristy islands such as Koh Samui, Koh Phangan and more.

Level 3, which is also considered dangerous, is Central Asian countries, including Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and other countries in the region. Morocco is also on the same level, along with Saudi Arabia, Bosnia, Albania, Moldova and South Africa.

Relatively safe. New York, Photo: GettyImages

Level 2, which is considered less dangerous, although it is recommended to examine the decision to fly to those countries in this category and be careful while staying there, there are many countries that have never been on the list and many of them are considered very attractive among Israeli tourists. Among the countries on this list: Germany, Spain, France, England, Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Portugal, Greece, Bulgaria, Sweden, Bulgaria, Russia, China, Hungary, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Mauritius, Madagascar, Seychelles, most parts of India, Australia and more.

The list of countries considered the safest and defined at level 1 are: Vietnam, Japan, Laos, Singapore, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Poland, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Switzerland, North Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Slovakia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Iceland, USA, Canada, Greenland, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Jamaica, Costa Rica, Panama, Guatemala, Nepal and more.

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Source: israelhayom

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