Cautions for Vietnamese visitors to Sri Lanka loosened

Saturday, 2019-07-13 12:15:52
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NDO – The Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) issued document No. 976/TCDL-KH on July 11, noting that international travel service enterprises can continue to organise tours for Vietnamese tourists to Sri Lanka.

Under the document, a Sri Lankan Provisional Representative in Vietnam worked with leaders of the VNAT on July 6, affirming that the current security situation of Sri Lanka is stable.

Many countries, including China, India, Germany, Switzerland and Sweden, have loosened the recommendations for visitors to the country.

The VNAT asked the enterprises to carefully guide tourists to strictly abide by the rules of law, and respect the fine traditions and customs of destinations, preserving the image of the nation and ensuring the security and safety of the tourists.

In case of necessity, tour guides and enterprises should make direct contact with Vietnamese representative missions in the host country or call the hotlines of the Consular Department under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Vietnam.