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June 2002

CHANGES TO FCO TRAVEL ADVICE FOR INDIA AND PAKISTAN (26/06/02)
The Foreign Office has revised its travel advice for India and Pakistan following steps both India and Pakistan have made towards de-escalation. For India, we still recommend against all but essential travel. British nationals already in India should consider their need to remain in the country, but we no longer advise they should leave. For Pakistan, our advice no longer recommends against all travel. But we continue to advise against all but essential travel.
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FCO AND SOCIAL SERVICES JOIN FORCES TO TACKLE FORCED MARRIAGE (12/06/02)
As part of its ongoing commitment to tackling the issue of forced marriage, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office will take the first steps in developing best practice guidelines for Social Services at a conference in Wakefield, which begins today. Social Service workers from across the country will attend the three day conference organised by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, alongside non-governmental organisations and community groups to help identify the key issues they face in dealing with victims or potential victims of forced marriage.
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INDIA AND PAKISTAN: FOREIGN OFFICE REVISES TRAVEL ADVICE (05/06/02)
As a result of the continuing tensions between the two countries, the Foreign Office has strengthened its Travel Advice for India and Pakistan. Instead of advising British nationals in those countries to ‘consider’ leaving, the Foreign Office is now advising them that they ‘should’ leave. The Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw said that in his view ‘war between India and Pakistan is not inevitable and with our international partners we continue to do all we can to avert a crisis’. However, he said: ‘given my duty of care towards British nationals and the continuing tensions between the two countries I have decided to make this further change to our Travel Advice today.’
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