Formerly strictly closed during the greatest hours of confinement, the borders within the European Union are slowly starting to reopen. “The coordination of the different countries of the Union is a little better than for the closure”, says journalist Pascal Verdeau from Brussels (Belgium). “Each State remains free and sovereign in matters of borders and everything depends on the health situation of each”.
A framework that makes travel arrangements unique to each situation. “Depending on the area of origin or destination, cross-border travelers will be entitled to a green, orange or red light“, indicates the journalist. “Denmark, for example, only reopens its borders with Germany and certain Nordic countries, but not with Sweden, which has not been confined. Southern countries seeking to catch up on their tourist season, ‘Italy and Croatia are already accessible. ”
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