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Travel State Department Issues Warning for Travel to Bolivia

02:20  14 november  2019
02:20  14 november  2019 Source:   travelpulse.com

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The State Department has advised Americans to leave Bolivia as soon as possible and warned against travel to the country. “Given current civil unrest and an evolving security situation, as noted in the Travel Advisory update for Bolivia of November 12, U.S. citizens in Bolivia should depart as

Travel . State .Gov. U.S. DEPARTMENT of STATE — BUREAU of CONSULAR AFFAIRS. Travel . State .Gov > Travel Advisories > Bolivia Travel Advisory. Congressional Liaison. Reconsider travel to Bolivia due to civil unrest. Read the entire Travel Advisory.

In the wake of the resignation and exile of president Evo Morales, the U.S. State Department is advising travelers to avoid traveling to Bolivia.

a large white building: Plaza Murillo and Bolivian Government Palace in La Paz, Bolivia© diegograndi / iStock / Getty Images Plus Plaza Murillo and Bolivian Government Palace in La Paz, Bolivia

Bolivia’s president resigned Sunday following massive protests in the country alleging election fraud. Morales’ resignation has created a political vacuum in the country as a path to a new election remains unclear. This has led to political protests and unrest.

The State Department has advised Americans to leave Bolivia as soon as possible and warned against travel to the country.

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The State Department Tuesday warned Americans not to travel to Bolivia "due to civil unrest" in the South American country days after socialist president If it stands up, Añez's self-proclamation would make her the second woman to become interim president of Bolivia . Lidia Gueiler held that role in

The State Department has ordered family members of US government workers to vacate Bolivia and authorized the departure of non-essential “The US government has limited ability to provide emergency services to US citizens,” the State Department said in an advisory issued on Tuesday

“Given current civil unrest and an evolving security situation, as noted in the Travel Advisory update for Bolivia of November 12, U.S. citizens in Bolivia should depart as soon as they safely can. U.S. citizens wishing to depart Bolivia should make their own travel arrangements. Commercial flights remain available. U.S. citizens in La Paz who would like to leave and are unable to depart via commercial means should contact BoliviaEmergencyUSC@state.gov for assistance,” read the State Department advisory.

The U.S. also authorized non-emergency officials to leave Bolivia Tuesday due to ongoing instability in the country. Family members of government employees were ordered to return to the U.S. as well.

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