Implications of Lifting Of Terror Advisories on Kenya by Britain

 

OSINT sources have summarized the take by the Kenyan government on Britain’s decision to lift terror advisories on Kenya, primarily recognizing the success made in war on terror.

The Kenya Tourism Federation also said the move is a reflection of the gains made to improve the safety of visitors at the Kenyan coast.

Britain lifted its travel advisory to Kenya during the Queen’s birthday occasion after a keen analysis on the security situation in the East African Country. According to the analysis, Kenya’s capability to detect and preempt terror threats has significantly improved.

The advisories, which come almost a year after the warning were categorical about “Non-Essential Travel” by British nationals to areas along the Kenyan coast which were earlier termed insecure.

Earlier, Britain had placed a 14-month ban on non-essential travel by UK citizens but now promises to back Kenya totally as the fight against terror continues.

Earlier, Britain had placed a 14-month ban on non-essential travel by UK citizens but now promises to back Kenya totally as the fight against terror continues.

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