Germany on Monday lifted travel restrictions for most of the European Union, the Schengen area and Britain, after it had closed its borders three months ago due to the spread of the Corona virus pandemic.
The German Foreign Ministry canceled the travel warning to 27 countries in Europe at midnight on its website.
Germany is also scheduled to halt the implementation of border controls and controls beginning Monday, although inspections and inspections have already been canceled at several border crossings.
The move is in line with a recommendation from the European Commission, which urged European Union members to reopen the borders from this week.
The decision to lift the German warning did not include Spain, Norway and Finland, because these same countries have extended their bans, while Sweden is the only country in the European Union where the epidemic is not believed to have been sufficiently controlled to allow the warning to be lifted.
The Commission recommends a gradual lifting of travel restrictions after June 30 for non-EU citizens wishing to enter Europe.
By ... Nadeemy Haded