EU countries drop U.S. from safe travel list


BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union governments agreed on Monday to remove the United States and five other countries from the EU’s safe travel list, meaning those visitors are likely to face tighter

Source: EU countries drop U.S. from safe travel list


August 30, 2021

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union governments agreed on Monday to remove the United States and five other countries from the EU’s safe travel list, meaning those visitors are likely to face tighter controls, such as tests and quarantines.

Kosovo, Israel, Montenegro, Lebanon and North Macedonia have also been taken off the list. The list seeks to unify travel rules across the bloc, although it does not bind individual EU nations, who are free to determine their own border policies.

(Reporting by Philip Blenkinsop, editing by Robin Emmott)
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