The US issues a global alert for its citizens; there is a risk of attacks, warns
Due to the risk of violence, Americans traveling anywhere in the world should exercise extreme caution.
The State Department issued an alert regarding the increase in tensions in several countries, which could even lead to terrorist attacks against citizens and interests of the American Union.
The notice comes one day after President Joe Biden's visit to Israel, in which he reaffirmed his support for that nation and called for a two-state solution after the Hamas invasion on October 7.
Now, Americans abroad should be alert in tourist locations, follow the Department on social media and enroll in its Smart Traveler Enrollment Program to receive notifications and be easier to locate in an emergency.
The US recommended its citizens leave Lebanon due to fears of an escalation between Israel and the terrorist group Hezbollah, which operates in Lebanese territory.
US launches global travel alert
The State Department warned citizens to consult official information and register in a registry of departures abroad; asked civilians to leave Lebanon.
Due to attacks, demonstrations and violence, the State Department yesterday issued a precautionary alert for US citizens traveling anywhere in the world.
The measure is due to "increased tensions in various places around the world, the potential for terrorist attacks, demonstrations or violent actions against US citizens and interests," the agency explained.
The announcement was issued one day after President Joe Biden's visit to Israel, in which he reaffirmed his support for Israel and called for a two-state solution after Hamas's invasion of Israel on October 7.
The body responsible for foreign affairs of the American Union issued recommendations for travelers.
He said U.S. citizens should remain alert in tourist locations, follow the department on social media and enroll in its Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive alerts and make those citizens easier to locate during an emergency in the country. foreign.
Likewise, yesterday the United States recommended its citizens leave Lebanon, due to fears of an escalation with the terrorist group Hezbollah, which operates in that country.
Hostilities on this border escalated after the invasion of the Hamas group on October 7, in which 1,700 Israelis died.
The State Department raised the travel alert level for Lebanon to level four, the highest risk.
In addition, the agency advised Americans not to travel to the Arab country.
He recommended that those still inside Lebanon “make the necessary arrangements to leave the country,” taking advantage of the fact that commercial flights are still available.
The past The State Department reported on October 11 that Israel and the West Bank are at alert level three, which is why they recommend that Americans reconsider their trips to the area.
Meanwhile, Gaza is at level four, so you should not go there under any circumstances.
“Israel and the Palestinians equally deserve peace”
The US president asked Congress for an emergency budget.
WASHINGTON.— A day after traveling to Israel, the president of the United States, Joe Biden, affirmed that both Israel and Palestine deserve peace.
“No matter how difficult it may be, we cannot give up peace. We cannot give up on a two-state solution. “Israel and the Palestinians equally deserve to live in security, dignity and peace,” she declared during a message to the nation.
However, the president differentiated between the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) and the Palestinian people.
In that sense, Biden explained that a more stable and better connected Middle East, with more job opportunities and more predictable markets, benefits the United States.
In his message, the Democrat insisted on the importance of continuing to help Ukrainians so that Russia "does not eliminate Ukraine."
“Ukraine is still standing because of the help of the US-led coalition. I know we have divisions at home, but we must overcome them. We will not let terrorists like Hamas or tyrants like Putin win. We must remind the world who we are. There is nothing out of our reach if we put our minds to it,” he insisted from the Oval Room of the White House.
He announced that he will ask Congress to approve an emergency aid budget package for Ukraine and Israel “that will be unprecedented.”
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