When the travel ban goes live in the U.S. next week, it will have no effect on travel for military personnel or their families

The U.K. and Canada have just announced they will ban citizens from the United States, and Germany and France have announced similar measures.

The U., however, has not yet announced whether or not it will follow suit.

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Friday that the U, and not the U., would be the first to implement the travel restrictions.

Guterrez was speaking at a press conference at the United Nations headquarters in New York, where he said the U is suspending travel to the United Kingdom, Canada, France and Germany.

“We will not be able to allow travel in the countries of the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, the United Republic of Tanzania, Somalia and Sudan to be permitted,” Guterre said.

The United States will not go forward with implementing the travel bans, and it will not lift the restrictions until the next President of the U’thrg, or U.n.

General Assembly.

Gubrutre said the travel suspension could be lifted by the end of March.

“The United States does not intend to reopen its borders to the public,” he said.

“If we are able to do this, we will announce the details.”

A travel ban is one of the most divisive issues in U.s politics.

A ban on entry from seven Muslim-majority countries is unpopular, especially among Americans, and Trump has been a vocal critic of the ban.

The travel ban has been controversial since it was announced, with a number of prominent politicians and business leaders saying the ban should be removed.

A coalition of legal groups and U. S. citizens and legal professionals say it would disproportionately affect Muslim-Americans.

Gugerres has said the United State should ban citizens of those countries from coming to the U