Perpetual Traveller Political Security Watch - Week 20

Perpetual Traveller Political Security Watch - Week 20
The most dangerous place is where you are right now, so if Government and Political Turmoil conflicts with your travel plans you may be caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. As such, Perpetual Traveller will review the Political landscape each week to give it's readers the heads up.

Here is Week 20:
Bosnia and Herzegovina: Expect heightened security, avoid vicinity of rally by Turkish president on 20 May
On 20 May expect heightened security and plan routes avoiding a rally led by Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Erdogan is leading the rally as part of his overseas campaigning for the 4 June Turkish general elections. He will be speaking at a convention of the European Turkish Democrats at Juan Antonio Samaranch Olympic Hall, where he will also address Bosnian Muslim (Bosniak) groups. The event is expected to last until after Erdogan breaks fast for the Islamic holy month of Ramadan at around 20.10 (local time).


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