Azerbaijan issues travel warning for Iran
Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a travel advisory, warning its citizens against traveling to Iran, News.Az reports.
On January 27, around 8:30 am Baku time, there was an armed terrorist attack against the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Iran. As a result of the terrorist act, Mr. Orkhan Rizvan oglu Asgarov, head of the security service of the Embassy, was killed, and two people were injured.
Due to the unstable situation in the Islamic Republic of Iran and the terrorist attack against the diplomatic mission of our country, the citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan are advised not to visit the Islamic Republic of Iran unless necessary. Those who visit are advised to exercise increased caution.
Citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan who are currently in the Islamic Republic of Iran are advised to observe safety and security rules.
Citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan who are currently in the Islamic Republic of Iran can contact the Consulate General of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Tabriz for consular and other inquiries via:
ADDRESS: 9 Arif Street, Valiasr, Tabriz
TEL: (+98413) 333 48 03
FAX: (+98413) 331 53 80
E-MAIL: [email protected]