Selava Omar – Xeber24.net
The International Relief Company revealed dangerous destinations that it warned against visiting in 2021, including 4 Arab countries, and it has also determined the safest destinations for travel in the next year, according to the British “Daily Mail”.
According to an annual interactive map, which shows the places where travelers are most likely to face security risks based on the threat of political violence, social unrest, violent and petty crime, and this year the impact of the Corona epidemic.
And international distress identified “Syria, Libya, Afghanistan, Iraq and Central African Republic” as the 5 most dangerous places on earth, according to the company’s assessment.
Also, SOS International, a Singapore-based health and security services company, has identified safer destinations for travel in the next world.
Among the safer countries are “Greenland, Switzerland, Slovenia, Norway, Finland and Denmark,” in addition to “Cape Verde, Anguilla, and the Turks and Caicos Islands”.
The company did not exclude the emerging corona virus pandemic from travel risks, after it has classified countries affected by the epidemic, and others that are safer in terms of infection with the coronavirus.
In this context, the medical director of the International Relief Group, Neil Nirwich, says that the coronavirus pandemic has created a triple set of crises, in addition to public health and the geopolitical and economic crisis affecting countries.