EU authorities are preparing to open their borders to foreigners from July 1. European diplomats noted that publication of official criteria and a list of countries is expected on June 29 or 30. However, now experts say that citizens of countries such as the United States, Brazil and Russia are unlikely to gain access to the territory of the “Schengen zone”, which includes all EU countries, as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.
On June 26, EU member states’ ambassadors decided to lift travel restrictions with Australia, Canada, the Republic of Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Thailand, Uruguay, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Montenegro, Serbia and Georgia. The preliminary list did not include the United States, Russia, Israel, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and China.
It is expected that on July 1, free movement will also begin between the countries of the “Schengen zone”, where restrictions previously applied.
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