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Travel advice of foreign governments

The British Government shares certain intelligence with key allies and seeks to coordinate its travel advice with others where this is appropriate. This does not mean that travel advice for British nationals will always be the same as that for other nationals. Overall or specific circumstances for different groups of nationals may vary. Nationals of other countries should therefore consult their government's website. Links to the available travel advice pages are provided below.

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