Indian govt advises nationals not to visit South Sudan
New Delhi, July 11 (IBNS): Following deteriorating security situation in South Sudan, the Indian government on Monday advised people not to visit the country .
"The security situation in Juba, the capital city of South Sudan has deteriorated since 07th July, 2016. We have reports of gun fire and fighting on the streets of Juba making any movement virtually impossible," read a MEA statement.
"Ministry of External Affairs advises all Indian nationals against all travel to South Sudan till situation improves," it said.
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