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TUI cancels Sri Lanka holidays as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs bans British people again

TUI has canceled the holiday toSri Lankain response to a government travel warning.

Yesterday, the UKMinistry of Foreign Affairsurged British people planning to head to Asian countries to reconsider after a serious turmoil and strikes spilled over the streets of Sri Lanka.

At the end of spring, a German vacation company canceled its vacation to Sri Lanka until the end of May. The end of May was updated afterto include June. Currently, TUI has decided to abandon all trips to the country until July 18th.

"Due to the ongoing political and economic instability in Sri Lanka, the Foreign Federation&Development Agency (FCDO) advised everything, but it's an essential trip," he said. ..

"As a result, unfortunately, I had to cancel all my vacations to Sri Lanka departing by July 18, 2022.

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"For all affected customers, Actively contact and discuss options in order of departure date.

"Please note that this advice does not apply to passengers passing through Sri Lanka International Airport. Currently at the resort. Customers can enjoy their vacation as planned.

"We will continue to monitor the situation. We will update our customers if there are more updates.

" This time Thank you for your understanding. "

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Yesterday, the British government warned that vacationers could encounter "demonstrations, obstacles, and intense anxiety with sudden notices."

Travel insurance is likely to be invalidated if you visit the country against the advice of a foreign office, the British Insurance Companies Association said.

Previously, travel warnings were issued from May 13th to June 10th.

A shortage of basic necessities such as medicines, cooking gas, fuel and food has caused protests and violence in Asian countries.

The Sri Lankan government said it had enough gasoline to last a day.

Twenty-two million people in the country have suffered the most severe financial turmoil in 70 years due to a severe shortage of fuels, medicines and other necessities amid record inflation and currency devaluation. is.

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