The Saudi embassy in Lebanon issued a statement late on Friday on X, formerly known as Twitter, urging its residents to immediately leave Lebanese territory and stay away from places with armed clashes.
The monarchy did not say which parts of Lebanon its people should stay away from.
According to the statement, the embassy emphasized “the significance of upholding the Saudi travel ban to Lebanon.”
According to a statement from the Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry published on X, Kuwait likewise issued an advisory early on Saturday urging Kuwaitis in Lebanon to be cautious and stay away from “areas of security disturbances,” but refrained from requesting that they leave the nation.
The UK similarly amended its travel warning for Lebanon on August 1, advising against “all but essential travel” to regions of the country’s south close to the Ain el-Hilweh Palestinian camp.
Security sources in the camp reported that violence between the moderate Fatah faction and hardline Islamists resulted in at least 13 deaths, the majority of whom were militants.
According to the United Nations organization for Palestinian refugees, Ain el-Hilweh is the largest of 12 Palestinian camps in Lebanon, housing up to 250,000 Palestinian refugees nationwide.
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