Britain Warns Diplomats Not To Meet Israelis In Public [View all]
London's Foreign Office has cautioned its diplomats abroad not to travel in cars with Israelis, or meet with them in public for fear of being targeted by terrorists trying to attack Israelis abroad.
The warning came in wake of the recent terror attempts on Israeli envoys in New Delhi, Tbilisi and Bangkok, Yedioth Ahronoth reported on Thursday.
Israel's Foreign Ministry Director-General Rafi Barak called on all Israeli envoys abroad to take extra security precautions as fears increased that terrorists would attempt to attack Israeli targets abroad again.
"In these moments all elements are doing all they possibly can in order to find the best solution in this current reality. All Israeli Foreign Ministry employees abroad should mind the security precautions," he said.