Sudan has rejected a new US travel advisory warning against visiting the country, particularly three conflict zones, due to risks of “terrorism and violent crimes”.
The latest advisory was issued by the State Department on Thursday and posted on the website of the American embassy in Khartoum.
It said “terrorist groups are active in Sudan and have stated their intent to harm Westerners and Western interests through suicide operations, bombings, shootings and kidnappings”.
The warning added that US citizens should “avoid all travel” to Blue Nile and Southern Kordofan states, two other hotspots in Sudan.
But Sudan’s foreign ministry rejected all the allegations.