According to Euronews, Montenegro is included in the preliminary list of countries whose citizens will be able to travel to the European Union (EU), starting from July 1.
Currently, in Brussels, EU officials are discussing the borders of which European countries will be opened to tourists on July 1, and an official decision is expected within a day.
In addition to Montenegro, this list includes the following countries: Vatican, Andorra, Monaco, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ukraine, Albania, Turkey, Kosovo, Korea, Turkmenistan, Vietnam, China, Thailand, Myanmar, Mongolia, Japan, South Korea, Georgia, Bhutan, Lebanon, Indonesia, Uzbekistan, India, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Palau, New Zealand, Australia, Bahamas, Saint Lucia, Uruguay, Jamaica, Cuba, Guyana, Paraguay, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Canada, Angola, Tunisia, Namibia, Uganda, Mauritius, Zambia, Rwanda, Morocco, Algeria and Egypt.
Euronews portal writes that two lists will be published - countries that will be allowed to enter the European Union and countries whose residents will not be able to enter European States.
It is also reported that the mentioned list has already caused controversy among officials after it was announced that the United States of America, the country most severely affected by the Covid-19 coronavirus, is currently on the second list.
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