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08.08.2020 03:27 News >> EU Reimpose Travel Restriction For Moroccan Nationals

EU Reimpose Travel Restriction For Moroccan Nationals

Bloc allows visitors from just 11 foreign countries to contain spread of COVID 19.

EU countries decided Friday to remove Morocco from its free travel list granting entry to non-EU nationals to the bloc's territory.
The decision came a week after Algeria was removed from the green list.
Residents of Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay can travel without restrictions to the EU.
Chinese visitors are also welcomed if Asian country grants the same rights to EU citizens.
EU member states decided to gradually open the bloc's external borders in June after a travel ban was imposed in mid-March to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Countries agreed to update the list every two weeks based on epidemiological criteria.
It is the third update to the list which has been exclusively shorted.
Under current rules, Turkish or US citizens cannot enter the EU unless having close relatives to a EU citizen, are long-term residents of the EU or obtain a special work permit that proves work is essential.
The European Commission asked member states Thursday to exclude unmarried partners of EU citizens and residents from travel restrictions.
Residents of the mini-states of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican are treated as EU nationals for entry.
The agreement is non-binding coordination between 30 governments, including four EU members who have not yet joined the Schengen area --Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia and the Greek Cypriot administration -- and four non-EU members of the borderless zone -- Norway, Lichtenstein, Switzerland, and Iceland.
Governments can freely limit or expand the list, but those allowing travelers from non-listed external countries risk having EU peers again close borders. -



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