The ministry of foreign affairs warns the danes in France: Keep away

the Uproar and riots have not heard rare in France the past year. Since October 2018, France has - and especially the capital city of Paris has been the home

The ministry of foreign affairs warns the danes in France: Keep away

the Uproar and riots have not heard rare in France the past year.

Since October 2018, France has - and especially the capital city of Paris has been the home of several demonstrations. Now winding again, and it gets the Ministry of foreign affairs to come with a warning.

‘stay away from demonstrations, as they can develop violent,’ writes the Ministry of foreign affairs on their website.

Friday marks 16. day in a row with a big strike of employees of public transport, and the situation is tense at the threshold to one of the busiest travel weekends.

the Ministry of foreign affairs informs that both the train and bus traffic and air traffic can be affected in the country.

the Strikes ranging over the whole country, and therefore calls on the ministry of danes in France to be aware of the situation.

Violent demonstrations have since October last year ravaged France and created struggles between the police and the so-called ‘yellow jackets’.

The yellow jackets are demonstrating against president Emmanuel Macrons tax reform, which, they believe, hits the under - and middle class hard, while it favors the most affluent part of the population.

In this case, the demonstrations of the French government, who have a desire to streamline the country's current pension system - a desire, which not backed up by the different trade unions including the federation of employees in the transport sector.

After meeting the French prime minister, Edouard Philippe, stated that there is ‘progress’ in the negotiations, but to the January the situation can be worsened, after the union of pilots and flight attendants on Thursday announced that they are planning strike action from 3. January.

the Ministry of foreign affairs calls on the danes in France to use their ‘common sense and be aware of suspicious behaviour’, which they write. In addition, notify the ministry that there is a ‘medium risk of terrorism in France’:

‘Attack could happen without warning at sites that are being visited by many people, bl.a. tourists.’ The ministry calls on to the tourist, who keeps himself informed through the news media, the travel agency and rejsevejledningen.

Updated Date: 20 December 2019, 16:01

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