In the night from 12th to 13th of June, Poland will abolish controls at internal EU borders for citizens of Schengen countries. It is reported by RMF24.
“Since June 13 Poland cancels control and travel restrictions on internal borders of Schengen. Such information Polish authorities have submitted an email to the European Commissioner for internal Affairs”, – said the representative of the European Commission Adalbert yants.
Information about that from 13 June Poland opens the border for EU countries, confirmed the Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.
We are talking about the borders with Germany, Lithuania, Czech Republic and Slovakia. From this point on will no longer be a mandatory two-week quarantine upon entry into Poland.
From 13 June, the poles will be able to travel in the Schengen zone, which will open for them. Thus, Poland had complied with an informal deadline set by the European Commission. Brussels said that deregulation should take place before the end of the month.
When Poland begins to open borders for citizens of countries outside the EU, including for Ukrainians, not yet reported.
On 18 March, the EU leaders took the decision to close the external borders of the pandemic coronavirus. The economies of the countries of the European Union suffered great losses from the cessation of the flow of tourists.
On 5 June the European Union called for continued restrictions on entry of citizens from third countries since June 15.