Travel advisory for Pakistan issued by Canada

ISLAMABAD: Beware of the current security situation, threat of terrorism, civil unrest, sectarian violence, and kidnapping. Canadian citizens living in Pakistan are advised to travel with extreme caution.
The Canadian government has issued a travel advisory for individuals planning to visit Pakistan, as well as for the safety of Canadian citizens residing in Pakistan, according to diplomatic sources in Islamabad.
Read More: With six wickets from Aamer Jamal, Pakistan dismiss Australia for 299 runs
The advisory, which was published on January 4, cautioned Canadian citizens not to travel within 50 kilometers of the Afghanistan border, within 10 kilometers of the borders with China, India, and Iran, or within 10 kilometers of the Line of Control, with the exception of the designated border crossings at Wagah Border and Khunjerab Pass.
A portion of the Karakoram Highway from Mansehra to Chilas, Kashmir, Balochistan, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, with the exception of Haripur, Abbottabad, Mansehra, Buner, and the Chitral district, was also listed in the travel advisory as areas that were dangerous to travel through.
Canada also cautioned its citizens against making unnecessary trips to Karachi because of the violence and threat of terrorism.
Read More: Fog continues to impede air and road travel
Terrorist activity in Pakistan has increased since the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) broke their ceasefire with the government in November, particularly in KP and Balochistan.