Austria and Germany plan to open an internal border 15 Jun

Between Germany and Austria from the 15th of June it is planned the opening of internal borders. On 13 may, reports the Austrian Agency APA, referring to the Federal office.

It is noted that from this Friday to the border will conduct only spot checks.

The Agency reported that Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz on Tuesday discussed the issue of opening borders with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and in the evening of the same day said he expects the opening of the border in June.

In addition, the Austrian mthe Ministers for European Affairs Caroline Altstadter and Minister for foreign Affairs of Austria, Alexander Shallenberg requested to organize the same step-by-step process of opening the borders with Switzerland, Liechtenstein and neighboring countries in Eastern Europe, “if the infection will remain under control.”

Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in late 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

Everything in the world, according to the American Johns Hopkins University, who became ill on 4 262 799 people died 291 981, recovered 1 493 661.

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