Denmark in talks with eight other countries to open borders

Roselyne Min
May 12th, 2020

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Could the delights of Greece be opening up to Danish tourists in July (photo: pxfuel.com)

Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen is discussing ‘possible travel corridors’ with eight other countries, according to Politiken.

Nine countries, of which most could claim to have successfully mitigated the impact of the virus, are involved in the discussions.

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It is believed that the Czech Republic, Singapore, Israel, New Zealand, Austria, Greece, Australia and Norway are included – in addition to Denmark.

According to Politiken, “tourism between safe countries” was discussed at the last meeting of the group and Greece has shown interest in welcoming Danish tourists from July 1.

However, at her press conference today, Frederiksen maintained that it is still unsure whether border openings will be included in phase 3.

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