In the video conference on June 5, EU Home affairs ministers discussed how long the EU travel restrictions to the entry of third country nationals should be maintained and agreed to a unified approach to the gradual lifting of the restrictions on non-essential travel.
The EU’s 27 home affairs ministers agreed to extend the ban on non-essential travel by foreign nationals into the EU until July 1st. The travel ban had been due to expire on 15 June https://www.mazzeschi.it/news/covid-19-european-commission-proposal-of-a-temporary-ban-on-non-essential-travel-to-the-eu/)
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