The Foreign and Commonwealth Office advises against all travel within 25km of Eritrea’s land borders, with the exceptions of the towns of Senafe and Tessenei; the border crossings at Debay Sima – Burre, Serha – Zalambessa and Kesadika (Adi Kuala) – Rama, plus the main paved roads leading to those crossings.
This former province of Ethiopia is now an independent state also bordered by Sudan and Djibouti.
Arabic, Afar, Tigre, Kunama and Tigrinya (official). However, English and Italian are widely spoken.
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