Israel recommends its citizens not to travel to Turkey and Azerbaijan in autumn
The Israeli Prime Minister Office's counter-terrorism bureau has issued a travel advisory.
APA reports quoting the The Jerusalem Post that along with a number of countries, Azerbaijan and Turkey are grouped as countries where there are continuous potential threats, and where non-vital travel should be avoided.
Egypt and Jordan are also included in the list, which the Israeli citizens are not recommended to travel to. Other areas with that urgent classification include parts of southern Thailand and the southern Philippines, eastern Senegal, the Kashmir region in northern India, northern Nigeria, parts of Kenya and Chechnya.
According to the travel advisory, various terrorist groups may try to attack Israeli and Jewish targets during the upcoming Rosh Hashana and Succot holidays and September 11 – the anniversary of the Twin Tower attacks in New York.