The Bahamas has issued a travel advisory for citizens planning to visit the United States, following recent shootings involving police and black men.

The Bahamian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Immigration urged its citizens to exercise “appropriate caution” when traveling to the U.S., especially to cities where there have been recent police shootings.

The warning was also posted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Facebook page and the Consulate General’s New York website.

More than 90 percent of residents in the Bahamas are black. Many will be traveling to the U.S. for their country’s national holiday, which falls on Monday.

“Do not get involved in political or other demonstrations under any circumstances and avoid crowds,” the advisory stated.

The warning was particularly directed at young men, with the Bahamian government telling them to “not be confrontational and cooperate” during interactions with police.

The advisory comes after five officers were shot and killed in Dallas on Thursday by a sniper during a Black Lives Matter protest. Protesters were marching in Dallas after the police killings of two black men in Minnesota and Louisiana.