Turkey issues travel warning for USA

Turkey issues travel warning for USA
Turkey has issued a travel warning for USA in connection with the protests that have erupted after the election victory of Donald Trump.

The Turkish Foreign Ministry sees the protests as increasingly violent and therefore warns:

"In the context of the risks caused by incidents and social tensions, we urge our citizens living in the United States, and those considering traveling there, to be cautious," writes the Foreign Ministry.

The Turkish warning comes one month after the US Foreign Ministry updated its travel warning to Turkey. The US Foreign Ministry ordered that family members of consular officers in Istanbul were to leave the country.

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