ABC AUSTRALIA, 24/05/2004 08:12:43
Australians warned not to travel to Indonesia
Australia's government is again warning its citizens not to travel to Indonesia after
receiving new information about a credible terrorist threat.
In its latest travel advice for Indonesia, the government says any non-essential travel
to Indonesia there should be avoided.
It says any Australians in the Sulawesi provence should leave.
Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs Chris Gallus says the advice is based on
new information there are terrorist groups operating in Sulawesi.
It is understood that a threat has been received at a giant Canadian owned nickel
smelter and mine in South Sulawesi, where some Australians are working.
Security has now been stepped up at the mine.
24/05/2004 08:12:43 | ABC Radio Australia News