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(Reuters) A new list of countries that are being restricted by President Donald Trump’s executive order on travel restrictions has been released.
The executive order signed by Trump on Jan. 27 is one of several in recent days to impose a travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries, including North Korea, Iran, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Libya and Yemen.
It also requires the U.S. government to suspend visas to nationals of those countries and suspend the refugee resettlement program in those countries.
The order temporarily bans all refugees and migrants from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia and Syria.
The list is the first to come out from the State Department and the Department of Homeland Security, both of which have the authority to issue the order.
It’s not clear how many countries are affected by those restrictions, although Trump’s order says that the order “will remain in place until the government of North Korea complies with the terms of this order.”
The U.N. refugee agency said it is working with the State and Homeland Security departments to ensure the full list of affected countries is released as soon as possible.
The U.K. also released the list of nations that are affected on Friday, which included Syria, which is under a travel restriction and is a U.A.E. member, as well as Libya, which Trump’s administration said on Jan 20 would be subject to a travel suspension.
A spokesperson for the U,K.
Foreign Office said in a statement: “We will be providing full details of the list as it is being shared with all relevant agencies.”
The State Department said in an emailed statement:The State Dept has just released a list of all countries that the U-S.
Government is currently in contact with on North Korea and Libya.
They include Syria, Libya as well, which are in the U.-S.
State Dept’s travel ban list.
The list will be updated as the government follows through on its commitments.
The State Dept will be sharing this information with all parties involved in the UN, and in accordance with U.n.
Security Council resolutions.
We will be working with our partners to ensure a full and complete list is available.