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Balkans

29. 06. 2020. 18:51   >>  18:52 0

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The Czech Republic opens its borders to the citizens of the Western Balkans

Czech Foreign Minister Tomas Petricek said today that Czech Republic would reduce from about 15 to 10 countries the list of countries for which citizens the European Union (EU) wants to open the Schengen borders, adding that priority for official Prague is to put Western Balkan countries on the list.

"We will add about 10 third countries to the Czech 'traffic light' countries in our environment. It was a priority for us, if it possible, to free rules for the countries of the Western Balkans. On the list are also safe countries in Asia and further North America, Australia, New Zealand ", said Petricek at the press conference.

"EU representatives agreed on a preliminary list with about 15 safe countries for travel, and the final list should be approved tonight. Member states can further reduce the list and the Czech Republic intends to do it. We have a basic key, and that is reciprocity whether that country treats our citizens in the same manner, will they let them to enter the country and possibly under what conditions, "the deputy minister of Foreign Affairs Martin Smolek said.

Czech television reported that there was a discussion between the EU ambassadors over the weekend led about Serbia and Montenegro, which are on the proposed list of safe countries, but some ambassadors have warned the situation has been deteriorating in recent days.

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