Germany is advising against all international trips until at least June 14, the country’s foreign minister Heiko Maas announced Wednesday.

Maas told reporters the country “could not advise travel without worries” and that Germany is coordinating with its European neighbouring countries on the global travel warning.

We hope we will not need to extend the travel warning beyond the 14 June, however we cannot make this judgement at this moment in time,” he added.

Maas issued Germany’s official warning against tourist travel around the world on March 17.

The foreign minister said Germany had repatriated 240,000 tourists from all over the world to Germany in the last four weeks, adding: ”We won’t be running another one of these (repatriations) this summer.”