The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has assessed the European and neighboring countries according to the degree of risk of a terrorist attack.
If you are planning a sunbathing holiday to Turkey or Spain, you should check the recommendations, as these are two of the most dangerous countries, according to FCO.
On top of the list, however, is Britain itself. Followed by Turkey, Belgium, Germany, Russia, Spain and France.
These countries are now estimated to have major terrorist threats to themselves, as the authorities are aware of high levels of activity among Muslim terrorists inside the countries.
Many citizens of France, Spain and Belgium, have traveled to Syria and Iraq to join the Islamic State, according to the countries respective police, and there is a growing degree of radicalisation within these countries. Both France and Belgium have already experienced major terrorist attacks during the last year.
These are the most dangerous European and neighboring countries, according to FCO:
High risk of terror:
Britain, Turkey, Belgium, France, Germany, Russia and Spain
General risk of terrorist:
Austria, Azerbaijan, Bosnia, Cyprus, Denmark, Greece, Italy, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, the Netherlands, Sweden and Ukraine
Less risk of terror:
Albania, Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Georgia, Ireland, Luxembourg, Monaco, Montenegro, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia
Low risk of terror:
Andorra, Armenia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Moldova, Poland, San Marino, Slovenia and Switzerland
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