Spain negotiates bilateral “tourist corridors” with France and Portugal

Spain negotiates bilateral

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The Spanish Government would be negotiating the creation of “tourist corridors“that would work bilaterally with countries like Portugal or France to avoid quarantine, as revealed by the Portuguese Foreign Minister, Augusto Santos Silva, in statements to the Portuguese media.

“The Portuguese who return from Portugal through Spain and enter France will not be subject to quarantine. The Spanish have also told us that they agree to create overnight transit corridors, without the need to quarantine, “Santos Silva explained in statements to the Portuguese radio station Rádio Observador.

Santos Silva stressed that “tourists” and also “emigrants are very Welcome“in Portugal after stressing that the situation caused by the coronavirus at Easter is” exceptional and it is over “to go through a phase”very controlled in terms of healthHowever, Santos has indicated that there will be “minimal sanitary controls” for those arriving by plane.

Lisbon would also be maintaining contacts with the United Kingdom to facilitate tourist trips with “bilateral corridors” that enable tourist exchanges, as reported this Saturday by the newspaper ‘Jornal de Notícias’.


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