on Friday advised its citizens in Burundi to leave unless they have an essential reason for staying, following a wave of political violence in the central African nation.
"We advise Belgians who are currently in Burundi and whose presence is not essential to leave the country as soon as normal measures allow," the ministry said in updated travel advice on its website.
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