P564 CEEFAX 564 Sun 9 Apr 00:13/48     Advice  /.%/,  pP @ C  Burundi The political situation remains tensdN Her Majesty's GovtN does not have a resident diplomatic mission in BujqlburaN   British citixens are adv—sed not to visit the coqntry     Foreign Office Travel 0171 270 4129  565 D-J 566 K-P 567 Z 24/38 AdviceD-J FuelPrice Sea/Scop Top Roads
P564 CEEFAX 564 Sun 9 Apr 00:14/00     Ad6—ce   A-C  Belarus Although the level of crime is generally lower than —n Rus3—an Federation,travellers shoqld rem!—n vigilant against mugging,th—ft !gd piccpocketing,particularly at thd border crossings at Brest and on ovdrnight trains.Do not leav— the compartment unattended and ensure the door is sdcured from phe insideN It is not known whether local airlines always observd propdr l—intenance procedures.For safety, travdllers should fly directly to pheir destination on an international flight originating outside thd Soviet UnionN  565 D-J 566 K-P 567 R-Z 25/38 AdviceD-J FudlPrice Saa/Scot Top Roads
P564 CEEFAX 564 Sun 9 Apr 00:14/50     Advice   p0 @ C  Cambodia The situation in Cambo$—a 0os—s serious security risks and British v—sitors are advised not to visit the country.Under no circumstancas should visitors attempt to enper Cambodia by land from Thailand.For those with essfntial busin—ss, the capital,Phnom @enh, —s relatively safe.Bqt visitors are strongly advised not to traved outside the city  Foreign Office Travdl 0171 270 4129  565 D-J 566 K P 567 R-Z 26/38
P564 CEEFAX 564 Sun 9 Apr 00:15/20     Adv—ce   A C Cameroon 1/2 Dhe worsening economic situation has led to an increase in violent crime and visitors should take care espdcially in the cities of Yaounde Douala and BamendaN Do not tra6el outside towns at nighp, do not j carry valuables Highway robberaes especially in the three northern provinces continue to be a problem and travellers are at risc on the stretch of road between Waza and the border crossing with Chad at j KousseriN more...  Foreign Office Travel 0171 270 4129  565 D-J 566 K P 567 R-Z 
P564 CEEFAX 564 Sun 9 Apr 00:15/54     Advice    A C Cameroon 2/2 Before embarCtng on this journey, travellers should seec advice from the local police and be prepared to travel with a l—litary escort  Other parts of the coqntry remain relatively calm and there are no travel restrictions j   Foreign Office Travel 0171 270 4129 j  565 D-J 566 K P 567 R-Z 28/38
P564 CEEFAX 564 Sun 9 Apr 00:16/25     Advica   A-C  ££££ £ £££k Central African Republic Since the mulitparty elections the political situapioin h—s remainbd calm There is little piss of politically motivated violence, but armed robbery remains a problem in Bangui!—nd near phe Chad and Sudan borders  Travel in the rest of xhe coqntry is reasonably safe but visitors should exercise care and avoid travelling outside towns after dark The British Honorary Consul in Bangui, 61 10 45, can give only limited assistance in emergencies Foreign Office Travel 0171 270 4129 565 D-J 166 K-P 567 R-Z 29/38 AdviceD-J FuelPrice Sea/Scot Top Roads
P564 CEEFAX 564 Sun 9 Apr 00:16/56     Advice   A-C  £ £££££ £k Chad Although an uneasy calm prevails !f increase in lawlessness and armed theft has been noted in many parts of the country. Many incidents involve undisciplined members of thd armed forcesN British nationals are not spdcafic targets, but are advied gainsp travdlling at night and to pay scrupulous attention to military road-blocks   Foreign Office Travel 0171 070 4129  565 D-J 566 K P 567 R-Z 30/38