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Warden Message 2011

Warden Message # 6/2011: Stay Alert to Regional Developments

U.S. Mission to the United Arab Emirates

U.S. Embassy Abu Dhabi - U.S. Consulate General Dubai
March 14, 2011

The U.S. Mission to the United Arab Emirates reminds Americans to remain
alert to regional developments. Below are summaries of current guidance from the U.S. Department of State for many countries in the region. The most up-to-date guidance and information can be found online at travel.state.gov .

In the event of an emergency, such as the death or arrest of an American
citizen, the Embassy and Consulate General stand ready to assist 24
hours a day. You may contact the duty officers at +971-2-414-2500.

The U.S. Embassy in Abu Dhabi is located in the Embassies District, Plot
38, Sector W59-02, Street No. 4, P.O. Box 4009. Telephone:
+971-2-414-2200, fax: +971-2-414-2241, email: abudhabiacs@state.gov, on the web: http://abudhabi.usembassy.gov.
For after-hours emergencies in Abu Dhabi, call +971-2-414-2500 and ask
for the Abu Dhabi Duty Officer.

The U.S. Consulate General in Dubai is located on the 21st floor of the
Dubai World Trade Center, P.O. Box 9343. Telephone: +971-4-311-6000,
fax: +971-4-311-6213, email: dubaiwarden@state.gov, on the web:
http://dubai.usconsulate.gov. For

after-hours emergencies in Dubai or the Northern Emirates, call
+971-2-414-2500 and ask for the Dubai Duty Officer.

Bahrain

The U.S. Department of State urges U.S. citizens to defer non-essential
travel to Bahrain at this time.

The latest information and guidance from Embassy Manama can be found  online at http://bahrain.usembassy.gov/demonstration.html.

Oman

The U.S. Embassy in Muscat advises U.S. citizens of ongoing
demonstrations, marches, sit-ins and protests throughout the Sultanate of Oman.


The latest information and guidance from Embassy Muscat can be found
online at http://oman.usembassy.gov/wrdn_msgs.html.

Yemen

The U.S. Department of State urges U.S. citizens not to travel to Yemen.
U.S. citizens currently in Yemen should consider departing.

The latest information and guidance from Embassy Sanaa can be found
online at http://yemen.usembassy.gov/yemen/citizen_services.html.

Libya

The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens against travel to Libya
and recommends U.S. citizens in Libya depart immediately.

The U.S. Embassy in Tripoli suspended operations on February 25, 2011.

The latest information and guidance on Libya can be found online at
travel.state.gov.

Egypt

The U.S. Department of State continues to warn U.S. citizens to defer
non-essential travel to Egypt.


The latest information and guidance from Embassy Cairo can be found
online at http://egypt.usembassy.gov/consular/travpubl.html.

Tunisia

The U.S. Department of State continues to advise U.S. citizens currently
in Tunisia to defer non-essential travel to the central, western, and
southern regions of Tunisia.

The latest information and guidance from Embassy Tunis can be found
online at http://tunisia.usembassy.gov/service/about-us/embassy-notices2/warden-information.html.