U.N. General Assembly member Yukiya Amano, the chair of the International Civil Aviation Organization, has called on the international community to extend travel restrictions until March 1, 2017.
The ban would affect travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries: Syria, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen.
“We have to make sure that people from the targeted countries are protected,” Amano told the Associated Press.
“Because if we don’t, we’ll see more of the same.”
But the U.K. is expected to introduce a draft resolution on March 1.
The United States has already introduced a travel ban for the U to Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, Tunisia and Tunisia, but not Yemen.
The White House has called for the new restrictions to be “consistent with the U, as well as other nations, including the U., to ensure the safety of our citizens, to prevent terrorism, and to safeguard the interests of U. S. companies.”
The United Kingdom is a key U.A.E. ally, and many people are worried that the U will try to impose its own version of the ban.
A has also called for a travel and travel ban to be implemented in order to keep the U out of Yemen.
On Tuesday, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said the kingdom will not let the UB visa system “break down.”
“The kingdom will continue to support and cooperate with the coalition in all efforts, in accordance with the international law and international law in force in Yemen, including our own laws,” Jubeir wrote in a statement.