The Vietnamese National Administration of Tourism has warned citizens against travelling to Sri Lanka and Algeria due to safety concerns.
Hundreds of people had been killed and injured during the bombings in Sri Lanka
The Vietnamese National Administration of Tourism has sent official documents to the departments of culture, sports and tourism and departments of tourism in all cities and provinces about travelling to Sri Lanka and Algeria.
In the documents, the administration said that hundreds of people had been killed and injured during the bombings at churches and hotels, many of them are international tourists. Tour agencies were asked to reconsider tours to Sri Lanka during this time and quickly update the situations. Tourists in Sri Lanka should avoid crowded places and follow advice from local authorities.
According to the Vietnamese Embassy in Algeria, a series of demonstration and protests have been held in Algeria recently and there may be a high risk of violence. Tour agencies should review their plans to open tours to Algeria and tourists in Algeria were also asked to avoid crowded places.
In emergency cases, businesses can contact the Vietnamese Embassy in Algeria via citizen protection hotline of 2130559434580 or 84 981848484