While there already exists a website to provide travel advisories, the Department of Foreign Affairs does not believe it goes far enough. Artur Wilczynski, the department’s director general of international security and intelligence recently delivered a proposal to include risk levels for regions identified as those with high levels of terrorist activity.
Wilczynski’s presentation to the Cross-Cultural Roundtable on Security targets tourists, relief workers, those visiting family, political activists, reporters and in some cases participate in terrorist activities.
Foreign Affairs has yet to decide on the initiative.
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