Government issues travel advice for those going to the Euros

Shay Given 1404The Minister for Foreign Affairs is urging Irish fans travelling to France for the Euros to exercise caution at all times.
Public viewing spots have been highlighted as potential targets for terrorist attacks when the football tournament kicks off on Friday.
70-thousand Irish tourists will be among an estimated 7-million people expected to visit France for the games.
Tight security plans – including metal detectors and body searches at all fanzones – have been put in place for the championships.
Minister Charlie Flanagan has this advice for Irish fans travelling to the Euros:

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