The UK has once again warned its citizens against travelling to Afghanistan, advising them to not go to the country.
In the UK government's statement, while highlighting the potential risk of terrorist attacks in Afghanistan, it has been noted that Kabul's airport does not meet international safety standards.
The country has particularly warned of the risk of terrorist attacks near religious sites and during religious ceremonies and holidays.
The statement emphasised that travel to Afghanistan is "extremely dangerous”, and there is also a risk of British citizens being arrested.
The UK stressed that if British nationals are detained in Afghanistan, London may not be aware of their situation as there are significant challenges regarding consular communication.