CAIRO — — The Egyptian government has issued a new travel guide that urges travelers to avoid all checkpoints and checkpoints that require a ticket to enter the country.
The government has created a list of rules and guidelines for travelers traveling to and from the Egyptian resort city of Luxor, according to the guide.
It includes strict travel rules and restrictions on people entering and exiting the country without a valid passport, according the document.
The document also recommends that travelers avoid all major intersections that would require a valid ticket to cross the country, as well as the roads in Luxor.
The Egyptian government said it has also introduced a new security measure to protect the country from terrorists.
The list of travel rules is meant to keep people safe and to promote tourism.
It is not a list that applies to all travelers or to all Egyptian citizens.
Travelers should always be vigilant and do not get involved in situations that could lead to confrontation or violence, it advises.