Denmark, Sweden and Norway have further tightened their travel advisories for Lebanon and cautioned against travel there until further notice.
Norwegian Foreign Minister Espen Barth Eide said Thursday that Norway was “tightening the travel advice due to the serious security situation in the region. There are daily military actions on the border between Lebanon and Israel. This increases the risk throughout Lebanon.”
Denmark’s Foreign Ministry said the security level in Lebanon had been changed to red.
“Staying in Lebanon entails a very high security risk,” the ministry said. It “strongly encouraged” Danish citizens in the country to leave.
Barth Eide noted that flights were still available from Beirut but that “at short notice, it may become even more difficult to leave Lebanon.”
Sweden’s travel advice was updated late Wednesday.