UNCLASSIFIED (U)

3 FAH-1 H-3720

REST AND RECUPERATION (R&R) TRAVEL

(CT:POH-217;   04-17-2019)
(Office of Origin:  HR/ER/WLD)

3 FAH-1 H-3721  REST AND RECUPERATION (R&R) TRAVEL DESIGNATION PROCEDURES

(CT:POH-211;   09-25-2018)
(Uniform State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps -USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

The procedures in this subchapter cover:

(1)  The initial designation of posts and relief areas;

(2)  The biennial certification of posts and relief areas; and

(3)  Changes in designated posts and relief areas.

3 FAH-1 H-3721.1  Recommending Rest and Recuperation (R&R) Travel Designation

(CT:POH-211;   09-25-2018)
(Uniform State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps -USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

a. The chief of the diplomatic mission, in consultation with the responsible in-country representatives of:

·         U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

·         Broadcasting Board of Governors (USAGM)

·         Department of Commerce (DOC)

·         Department of Agriculture (USDA:  FAS and/or APHIS)

NOTE:  May recommend to the Department of State's Office of Allowances (A/OPR/ALS) the designation of posts for R&R travel and their relief areas.

b. In those countries where an embassy does not exist, the principal officer at post may recommend designation as an R&R post.

c.  The recommendation must be:

(1)  Based on criteria in 3 FAH-1 H-3721.2; and

(2)  Submitted to the Department of State's Office of Allowances (A/OPR/ALS) on Form DS-267, Post Hardship Differential Questionnaire, through the eAllowances system.  Instructions for completing Form DS-267 are on the Office of Allowances' website as well as the eAllowances system.  The post may include additional factors A/OPR/ALS should consider in its review as well as its proposed designated relief point (see 3 FAH-1 H-3721.2, paragraphs b and c).

d. A completed Form DS-267 addresses all 11 factors under 3 FAH-1 H-3721.2, paragraph a.

3 FAH-1 H-3721.2  Criteria for R&R Travel Designation and Relief Area Designation

(CT:POH-211;   09-25-2018)
(Uniform State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps -USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

a. Conditions of life at the post that present distinct and significant difficulties of sufficient severity to justify temporary relief for an employee and employee’s eligible family members during a period of assignment.  These conditions include but are not limited to such factors as:

(1)  Climate;

(2)  Isolation;

(3)  Inadequate transportation within the country;

(4)  Lack of adequate recreation facilities;

(5)  Housing conditions;

(6)  Unsanitary conditions;

(7)  Lack of essential services;

(8)  Lack of adequate medical or dental care;

(9)  Prevalence of communicable diseases;

(10) Unusual personal hazards, and

(11) Excessive cost of transportation from the post to a suitable relief area.

b. To be designated as a relief point, a location must have a climate, altitude, or environment sufficiently different from that at post.

c.  In selecting a suitable relief point, an important factor is the cost of travel to the nearest point that will provide the necessary change from post.

3 FAH-1 H-3721.3  Initial R&R Travel Designation Process

(CT:POH-211;   09-25-2018)
(Uniform State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps-USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

a. A post initiates a request for R&R travel designation and relief point by submitting to the Department of State's Office of Allowances (A/OPR/ALS) Form DS-267, Post Hardship Differential Questionnaire, through the eAllowances system.  A/OPR/ALS will review all incoming R&R travel designation requests.  NOTE:  All special R&R travel requests are processed separately under 3 FAM 3727.

b. A/OPR/ALS will evaluate and score each of the 11 R&R designation factors in 3 FAH-1 H-3721.2 which are addressed by Form DS-267.  The post may include additional information on factors not covered.

c.  The A/OPR/ALS director will recommend to the Assistant Secretary for Administration (A) approval or disapproval of the R&R travel request and relief point designation.  A/OPR/ALS will clear the recommendation with the appropriate Department regional bureau executive director, the Office of Employee Relations (HR/ER), the Office of Career Development and Assignments (HR/CDA), USAID (Regional Bureau Administrative Management Staff), USAGM (M/OHR), USDA (FAS/APHIS), and USDOC (OFSHC) prior to sending it to A.

d. If the R&R designation is approved, A/OPR/ALS will forward a copy of the decision document to HR/CDA/AD to include in the bidding tool and to HR/ER to ensure prompt revision to the list of designated posts and relief points in 3 FAH-1 Exhibit H-3722(1) through 3 FAH-1 Exhibit H-3722(5).

e. A/OPR/ALS will:

(1)  Advise the regional bureau executive director and the post of the decision on the R&R travel designation request; and

(2)  In consultation with HR/CDA, establish an effective date, if the decision is to approve, noting which employees the change will affect (see 3 FAM 3725.3-3 and 3 FAM 3725.3-4).

3 FAH-1 H-3721.4  Biennial R&R Travel Redesignation Process

(CT:POH-215;   03-26-2019)
(Uniform State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps -USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

a. To justify continued eligibility for this benefit, all posts that are currently approved for R&R travel are required to submit to the Department of State's Office of Allowances (A/OPR/ALS) every four years Form DS-267, Post Hardship Differential Questionnaire, through the eAllowances system.  To ensure that changing conditions at a post are regularly reviewed, A/OPR/ALS will review R&R eligibility every two years (between full surveys) using data that posts have already reported to Diplomatic Security, the Office of Medical Services and the Office of Overseas Schools.  A/OPR/ALS will inform the post in advance of the two-year interim recertification review and offer the post the opportunity to submit a full Form DS-267.  Posts can submit a new Form DS-267 at any time.  NOTE:  All special R&R travel requests are processed separately under 3 FAM 3727.

b. Requests for a change to the primary relief point may also be proposed.

c.  Each of the 11 R&R eligibility factors that are listed in 3 FAH-1 H-3721.2 are addressed by the Form DS-267.  Posts may include additional information on factors not covered.  Instructions for completing the Form DS-267 are on the Office of Allowances' Web site as well as the eAllowances system.

d. A/OPR/ALS will evaluate and score each of the 11 R&R designation factors in 3 FAH-1 H-3721.2 that are addressed by Form DS-267.

e. The A/OPR/ALS director will recommend to the Assistant Secretary for Administration (A) approval or disapproval of the R&R travel request and relief point designation.  A/OPR/ALS will clear the recommendation with the appropriate Department regional bureau executive director, the Office of Employee Relations (HR/ER), the Office of Career Development and Assignments (HR/CDA), USAID (Regional Bureau Administrative Management Staff), USAGM (M/OHR), USDA (FAS/APHIS), and USDOC (OFSHC) prior to sending it to A.

f.  A/OPR/ALS will advise the post by telegram of the R&R redesignation decision.  If the redesignation is approved, no effective date is necessary.  If the redesignation is disapproved, an effective date will be established in consultation with HR/CDA, noting which employees the change will affect (see 3 FAM 3725.3-3 and 3 FAM 3725.3-4).

g. A/OPR/ALS will advise the regional bureau executive director, HR/CDA/AD and HR/ER as well as USAID (HR/FSP), USAGM (M/OHR), USDA (FAS/APHIS), and USDOC (OFSHC) in writing of all R&R redesignation decisions.

3 FAH-1 H-3722  POSTS AND DESIGNATED RELIEF AREAS FOR R&R TRAVEL

(CT:POH-211;   09-25-2018)
(Uniform State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps -USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

a. Lists of the currently designated posts and relief areas for R&R:

(1)  Africa (See 3 FAH-1 Exhibit H-3722(1));

(2)  Western Hemisphere (See 3 FAH-1 Exhibit H-3722(2));

(3)  East Asia and Pacific (See 3 FAH-1 Exhibit H-3722(3));

(4)  Europe (See 3 FAH-1 Exhibit H-3722(4)); and

(5)  Near East and South Asia (See 3 FAH-1 Exhibit H-3722(5)).

b. See 3 FAM 3725.3-2 for information on optional travel to the United States or its territories.

3 FAH-1 H-3723  Rest and Recuperation IN CONJUNCTION WITH A DIRECT TRANSFER

(CT:POH-211;   09-25-2018)
(Uniform State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps -USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

a. There may be exceptional circumstances, when due to curtailment and direct transfer, workload, staff shortages or other situations, it may be in the agency’s best interest for an employee to take R&R between assignments in conjunction with a direct transfer rather than during the course of an assignment.  In such cases:

(1)  Both the gaining and losing post will normally be certified for R&R; and

(2)  The designated relief area of the losing post will be used as the basis for travel to a point abroad.

b. Provided that all R&R eligibility factors are met, each request for approval will be forwarded to Washington for consideration on a case-by-case basis by the appropriate foreign affairs agency responsible for issuing assignment orders for the employee concerned.  Generally, the decision should be made in conjunction with the establishment of the official tour of duty, whether as a result of a curtailment or as a combined tour of duty for assignments at two designated posts, in order to maximize the employee’s eligibility for R&R and home leave.

c.  Requests should be made far enough in advance of travel to permit a timely resolution of any difficulties so that travel will not be delayed.

d. If such travel is approved, the losing post normally will be expected to pay for the R&R travel costs.  However, there may be situations where it would be appropriate for the gaining and losing posts to negotiate a sharing of these costs or for the gaining post to cover the full cost.

e. The R&R travel costs are those that exceed the authorized direct transfer costs.  For example, after serving one year in Taipei for language training, an employee is assigned to Beijing for a 3-year tour.  If R&R travel were approved in connection with the direct transfer, the post assignment orders would cover only the cost of travel from Taipei to Beijing.

f.  The R&R travel orders will cover any difference in travel costs to the designated R&R point for the losing post or to the selected city in the United States or its territories.

3 FAH-1 H-3724  LENGTH OF Rest and Recuperation TRAVEL

(CT:POH-211;   09-25-2018)
(Uniform State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps -USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

a. There is no prescribed minimum or maximum period of time that employees (or eligible family members) must spend on R&R travel.  However, to meet the intent and purpose of this travel benefit, sufficient time must be allowed to gain a measure of relief from conditions at post.  Normally, a period of 7 to 14 days would be deemed adequate to meet the intent of the regulations, but workload and other conditions at post will govern the actual amount of time of leave approved.

b. Employees and eligible family members must arrange R&R travel so that both legs of the trip occur within a reasonable period of time consistent with the intent of R&R travel.

3 FAH-1 H-3725  TAKING HOME LEAVE AT MID-TOUR

(CT:POH-211;   09-25-2018)
(Uniform State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps -USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

a. An employee assigned to a R&R post for four years with mid-tour home leave (HLRT) may take R&R before and after home leave, provided that the home leave travel splits the tour into two equal parts of 24 months each. Time spent on home leave is in addition to the two 24-month periods.

b. If an employee takes home leave after taking R&R but before completing two years of a 4-year HLRT tour of duty, that employee is obligated to refund the cost of the R&R travel, unless the timing of the home leave was required by the needs of the Service or for compassionate reasons to be determined on a case-by-case basis (see 3 FAM 3722).

c.  If the employee has extended the tour to provide for a minimum period of 24 months at post following completion of home leave, the post can authorize R&R.  If the timing of home leave was required by the needs of the Service or for compassionate reasons (to be determined on a case-by-case basis), the foreign affairs agency office can make an exception and grant the issuance of R&R orders.

d. Heads of individual agencies at post are authorized to adjust the HLRT up to 45 days on either side of the 24-month home leave anniversary date if required for Service need or compassionate reasons (to be determined on a case-by-case basis).

e. Adjustments of more than 45 days require the approval of the appropriate agency headquarters office as indicated in 3 FAH-1 H-3721.3, paragraph c.

3 FAH-1 H-3726  REST AND RECUPERATION TRAVEL expenses

3 FAH-1 H-3726.1  Authorization

(CT:POH-211;   09-25-2018)
(Uniform State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps -USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

a. Heads of individual agencies at a post with delegated authority per 14 FAM 523.1 may authorize or approve round-trip transportation for an employee and/or eligible family members to the designated relief point or optional U.S. or U.S. territory destination.

b. Except as noted in this section, 14 FAM 500 will apply.

3 FAH-1 H-3726.2  U.S. Government Transportation and Other Accommodations

(CT:POH-211;   09-25-2018)
(Uniformed State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps -USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

The authorizing officer should schedule trips that are economical and reasonable to the U.S. Government.  The Department recommends that posts use the lowest cost unrestricted airfares for all R&R travel, whether to designated R&R relief points, cities in the United States or its territories and possessions, or as the basis for cost-constructing travel to alternate points.  Post has the option to establish a travel policy to use special or restricted fares if determined practical and beneficial, and any cost constructing would be based on the restricted fare established by post.

3 FAH-1 H-3726.3  Elective Alternatives

(CT:POH-211;   09-25-2018)
(Uniformed State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps -USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

a. Actual travel may be performed by employee and eligible family members:

(1)  By other classes or modes of travel other than air (including POV); and

(2)  From the post of assignment to a point other than the designated relief area (see 3 FAM 3725.3-1 and 3 FAM 3725.3-2) provided that the purpose of R&R travel is met.

b. If an employee exercises the option of travel under 3 FAM 3725.3-2 to a point in the United States (the 50 States and the District of Columbia) or its territories including American Samoa, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, the granting of leave is subject to 3 FAM 3410 and home leave eligibility is delayed in accordance with 3 FAH-1 H-3431.2-1.  (For USAID, see ADS 480.)

c.  All R&R travel must begin and end at the employee’s post of assignment except under the provisions of 3 FAH-1 H-3723 or when combined with other official travel or educational travel.

d. The cost to the U.S. Government of such travel to any elective point may not exceed the transportation expenses that would have been incurred for direct travel between the point of origin and the designated relief area or the point of origin and the selected city in the United States or U.S. territory by the applicable mode and class of travel provided in 3 FAM 3720 and this subchapter.  Additionally, it may not exceed allowable transportation expenses actually incurred.

3 FAH-1 H-3726.4  Other Travel Expenses

(CT:POH-211;   09-25-2018)
(Uniformed State/USAID/Commerce/Foreign Service Corps -USDA/USAGM)
(Applies to Foreign Service Employees Only)

a. The following expenses will not be allowed for R&R travel:

(1)  Per Diem including rest stops;

(2)  Miscellaneous expenses (as enumerated in 14 FAM 560) except for:

(a)  Transportation to and from the airport;

(b)  Airport fees that are or would be incurred for direct travel to the designated R&R point abroad, or in the case of R&R taken in the United States, to the selected destination in the United States; and

(c)  Fees charged by airlines for checked bags that fall within the checked-luggage allowance as established by 14 FAM 560.

(3)  Unaccompanied or excess baggage;

(4)  Business class or accommodations superior to coach or access to business class lounge (unless paid by the traveler); and

(5)  Rental car unless authorized on the travel orders as necessary for the employee to reach the authorized relief point.

b. Involuntary layovers resulting from circumstances beyond the traveler's control, e.g., local security reasons, cancelled flights or labor disputes, which involve additional expenditures for hotel accommodations and per diem may be approved at the discretion of the post's financial management officer or travel officer.  Additional expenditures for hotel accommodations, including per diem, incurred en route to the designated relief point or optional R&R destination in the United States or its territories and possessions must be made only when no other choice or alternative is available to the traveler, and must not be incurred solely for the convenience or benefit to the traveler.

3 FAH-1 H-3727  THROUGH H-3729 UNASSIGNED


3 FAH-1 Exhibit H-3722(1)  
Posts and Designated Relief Areas for R&R Travel―African Countries

(CT:POH-177;   02-05-2016)

Post Designated for R&R

Designated Relief Area

Angola

Luanda

 

London, UK

Benin

Cotonou

 

Paris, France

Botswana

Gaborone

Selebi Phikwe

 

London, UK

London, UK

Burkina Faso

Ouagadougou

 

Paris, France

Burundi

Bujumbura

 

Paris, France

Cameroon

(All posts)

 

Paris, France

Cabo Verde

Praia

 

Paris, France

Central African Republic

Bangui

 

Paris, France

Chad

N’Djamena

 

London, UK

Congo, Democratic Republic of

Kinshasa

 

Paris, France


Congo, The Republic of

Brazzaville

 

Paris, France

Cote d’Ivoire

Abidjan

 

Paris, France

Djibouti, Republic of

Djibouti

 

Paris, France

Equatorial Guinea

Malabo

 

Paris, France

Eritrea

Asmara

 

Frankfurt, Germany

Ethiopia

Addis Ababa

 

Frankfurt, Germany

Gabon

Libreville

 

Paris, France

Gambia, The

Banjul

 

London, UK

Ghana

Accra

 

London, UK

Guinea, Republic of

(All posts)

 

Paris, France

Guinea-Bissau

Bissau

 

Paris, France

Kenya

Nairobi

 

London, UK

Lesotho

Maseru

 

London, UK

Liberia

Monrovia

 

London, UK

Madagascar

Antananarivo

 

London, UK

Malawi

Lilongwe

 

Paris, France

Mali

Bamako

 

Paris, France

Mauritania

Nouakchott

 

Paris, France

Mauritius

Port Louis

 

Vienna, Austria

Mozambique

Maputo

 

London, UK

Namibia

Windhoek

 

London, UK

Niger

Niamey

 

Paris, France

Nigeria

(All posts)

 

London, UK

Rwanda

Kigali

 

Paris, France

Sao Tome and Principe

Paris, France

Senegal

Dakar

 

Paris, France

Sierra Leone

Freetown

 

London, UK

Somalia

Mogadishu

 

London, UK

South Africa

(All posts)

 

London, UK

South Sudan

Juba

 

London, UK

Sudan

Khartoum

 

London, UK

Swaziland

Mbabane

 

London, UK

Tanzania

Dar es Salaam

 

Zurich, Switzerland

Togo

Lome

 

Paris, France

Uganda

Kampala

 

London, UK

Zambia

Lusaka

 

London, UK

Zimbabwe

Harare

 

London, UK

3 FAH-1 Exhibit H-3722(2)  
Posts and Designated Relief Areas for R&R Travel―Western Hemisphere Countries

(CT:POH-188;   04-06-2017)

Post Designated for R&R

Designated Relief Area

Argentina

Buenos Aires

Miami, Florida

Bahamas

Nassau

Miami, Florida

Barbados

Bridgetown

 

Miami, Florida

Belize

Belize City

Belmopan

 

Miami, Florida

Miami, Florida

Bolivia

La Paz

 

Miami, Florida

Brazil

Belo Horizonte

Brasilia

Porto Alegre

Recife

Rio de Janeiro

Sao Paolo

 

Miami, Florida

Miami, Florida

Miami, Florida

Miami, Florida

Miami, Florida

Miami, Florida

Colombia

Bogota

 

Miami, Florida

Cuba

Havana

Miami, Florida

Dominican Republic

Santo Domingo

Miami, Florida

Ecuador

Quito

Guayaquil

Miami, Florida

Miami, Florida

El Salvador

San Salvador

 

Miami, Florida

Grenada

St. Georges

 

Miami, Florida

Guatemala

Guatemala City

 

Miami, Florida

Guyana

Georgetown

 

Miami, Florida

Haiti

Port-au-Prince

 

Miami, Florida

Honduras

Tegucigalpa

 

Miami, Florida

Jamaica

Kingston

 

Miami, Florida

Mexico

Guadalajara

Hermosillo

Merida

Mexico City

Monterrey

Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas

Nicaragua

Managua

 

Miami, Florida

Panama

Panama City

Miami, Florida

Paraguay

Asuncion

 

Miami, Florida

Peru

Lima

 

Miami, Florida

Suriname

Paramaribo

 

Miami, Florida

Trinidad and Tobago

Port-of-Spain

 

Miami, Florida

Venezuela

Caracas

 

Miami, Florida

3 FAH-1 Exhibit H-3722(3)  
Posts and Designated Relief Areas for R&R Travel―East Asian and Pacific Countries

(CT:POH-215;   03-26-2019)

Post Designated for R&R

Designated Relief Area

Brunei

Bandar Seri Begawan

 

Sydney, Australia

Burma

Rangoon

 

Sydney, Australia

Cambodia

Phnom Penh

 

Sydney, Australia

China

Beijing

Chengdu

Guangzhou

Shanghai

Shenyang

Wuhan

 

Sydney, Australia

Sydney, Australia

Sydney, Australia

Sydney, Australia

Sydney, Australia

Sydney, Australia

Federated States of Micronesia

Kolonia

 

Sydney, Australia

Fiji

Suva

 

Sydney, Australia

Indonesia

(All posts)

 

Sydney, Australia

Laos

Vientiane

 

Sydney, Australia

Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur

 

Sydney, Australia

Marshall Islands

Majuro

 

Sydney, Australia

Mongolia

Ulaanbaatar

 

Sydney, Australia

Palau

Koror

 

Sydney, Australia

Papua New Guinea

Port Moresby

 

Sydney, Australia

Philippines

Manila

 

Sydney, Australia

Samoa

Apia

 

Sydney, Australia

Thailand

(All posts)

 

Sydney, Australia

Timor-Leste

Dili

 

Sydney, Australia

Vietnam

Hanoi

Ho Chi Minh City

 

Sydney, Australia

Sydney, Australia

3 FAH-1 Exhibit H-3722(4)  
Posts and Designated Relief Areas for R&R Travel―European Countries

(CT:POH-188;   04-06-2017)

Post Designated for R&R

Designated Relief Area

Albania

Tirana

 

London, UK

Armenia

Yerevan

 

Rome, Italy

Azerbaijan

Baku

 

Rome, Italy

Azores

Ponta Delgada

 

London, UK

Belarus

Minsk

 

Rome, Italy

Bosnia-Herzegovina

(All posts)

 

London, UK

Bulgaria

Sofia

 

Frankfurt, Germany

Estonia

Tallinn

 

London, UK

Georgia

Tbilisi

 

Rome, Italy

Greece

Athens

London, UK

London, UK

Iceland

Reykjavik

 

Rome, Italy

Kosovo

Pristina

 

London, UK

Latvia

Riga

 

London, UK

Lithuania

Vilnius

 

London, UK

Macedonia (former Yugoslav Rep.)

Skopje

 

London, UK

Malta

Valletta

 

London, UK

Moldova

Chisinau

 

Rome, Italy

Montenegro

Podgorica

 

Paris, France

Romania

Bucharest

 

Frankfurt, Germany

Russian Federation

Moscow

St. Petersburg

Vladivostok

Yekaterinburg

 

Rome, Italy

Rome, Italy

Los Angeles, CA

Rome, Italy

Serbia

Belgrade

 

London, UK

Turkey

(All posts)

 

Frankfurt, Germany

Ukraine

Kyiv

 

Rome, Italy

3 FAH-1 Exhibit H-3722(5)  
Posts and Designated Relief Areas for R&R Travel―Near Eastern and South AND CENTRAL Asian Countries

(CT:POH-217;   04-17-2019)

Post Designated for R&R

Designated Relief Area

 

Afghanistan

(All posts)

 

London, UK

 

Algeria

Algiers

 

London, UK

 

Bahrain

Manama

 

London, UK

 

Bangladesh

(All posts)

 

Sydney, Australia

 

Egypt

(All posts)

 

London, UK

 

India

(All posts)

 

London, UK

 

Iraq

(All posts)

 

London, UK

 

Israel

Tel Aviv

 

London, UK

 

Jerusalem

Jerusalem

 

London, UK

 

Jordan

(All posts)

 

London, UK

 

Kazakhstan

Almaty

Nur-Sultan

 

Rome, Italy

Rome, Italy

Kuwait

(All posts)

 

London, UK

Kyrgyzstan

Bishkek

 

Rome, Italy

Lebanon

Beirut

 

London, UK

Libya

Tripoli

 

London, UK

Morocco

Rabat

Casablanca

 

London, UK

London, UK

Nepal

(All posts)

 

London, UK

Oman

Muscat

 

London, UK

Pakistan

(All posts)

 

London, UK

Qatar

Doha

 

London, UK

Saudi Arabia

(All posts)

 

London, UK

Sri Lanka

Colombo

 

Sydney, Australia

Syria

Damascus

 

London, UK

Tajikistan

Dushanbe

 

Rome, Italy

Tunisia

Tunis

 

London, UK

Turkmenistan

Ashgabat

 

Rome, Italy

United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi

Dubai

 

 

London, UK

Uzbekistan

Tashkent

 

Rome, Italy

Yemen

Sanaa

 

London, UK

 

UNCLASSIFIED (U)