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France will ease some restrictions from Friday for non-European international travelers, the Foreign Ministry announced, including Australia, Great Britain, Israel, Japan, New Zealand from Singapore and South Korea.
The ministry said in a statement that people travel to seven countries Documents are no longer required to prove that they have a “compelling” reason for their journey, such as a family or medical emergency.
French Tourism Minister Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne said that there was easiness due to the improvement in health conditions in these countries.
“The list also includes Great Britain, as the British version is now widely circulated in France as well,” he added on his Twitter thread.
The ministry said all other restrictions, such as requiring a negative Kovid-19 test 72 hours before the trip, said the ministry said a decree was scheduled to be issued on Friday.
Ms Lemone indicated that for other countries that are not members of the European Union, the list of legitimate reasons for travel would be extended, especially to take care of family situations.
According to the statement of the Ministry of External Affairs, the new valid reasons for the trip will include the fact that a couple of persons – married or in civil partnership – live abroad for professional reasons.
Other valid reasons include families living abroad, but with children attending school in France, couples with children abroad and in France, students taking exams, as well as people living in their main residence if it is in France. Let’s return.
The ministry said it still strongly recommends limiting international travel to the maximum.
By restricting international travel on 14 January, the government hoped to control the circulation of coronoviruses and its new, more infectious variants.
Passengers need documents to prove that their journey checks at the airline counters before the required limits and then at border controls. The Border Police require written proof before allowing passengers to board.
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(France 24 with Reuters)