A list of countries that have a travel ban on entry to some or all of their citizens, or a ban on travel for a specific reason.
The United States, which has imposed a ban in several of its states on travelers from Iran and Libya since 2014, has the most countries on the list, with 11.
It has also imposed restrictions on a number of other countries, including Egypt, Egypt, Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
India has also banned most foreign travelers, with only those traveling for medical reasons allowed entry.
The Philippines and South Korea also have restrictions on travel, with South Korea requiring passports and visas to enter.
In addition, Iran and Turkey are subject to a ban.
On Monday, the Trump administration imposed a blanket ban on Iranian citizens, as well as Iranian-Americans and Iranians living abroad, as part of a push to fight Iran’s ballistic missile program.
That ban is expected to last through the end of next week.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif on Tuesday described the travel restrictions as an “abusive and discriminatory act” against Iran.
“We call on the United States and the international community to take concrete measures to ensure that Iran’s international travel restrictions are strictly implemented,” Zarif said.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Monday that lifts the travel ban and allows for the reopening of the US embassy in Tehran, which was closed for six months in the wake of the 2015 nuclear deal.
As of Tuesday, a total of 4,300 visas have been approved for Iranian citizens to travel to the US, with nearly 3,000 approved for Iranians living in the United Kingdom, and 3,500 approved for residents of the United Republic of Tanzania.
But there are still a number who cannot get their visas, with some airlines blocking flights to the United State or to the Middle East.
At the moment, Iran is one of just three countries in the world to ban all non-essential travel to certain countries, while the United Nations and the EU are the other two.
A second travel ban, issued by President Donald Trump in January, remains in place, but does not allow travel to Iran.
The US and its allies have accused Iran of trying to develop nuclear weapons.