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Japan was excluded. There are only 7 countries allowed to enter the European Union.

Japan was excluded. There are only 7 countries allowed to enter the European Union.

According to the Russian Satellite News Agency on the 28th, the European Union has revised the list of third countries that propose to open their internal borders and deleted Japan.

According to the statement released by the European Union, of the 15 countries originally included, only 7 countries are left.

These recommendations will enter into force on January 28.

It is reported that the last update of the list by the European Union was on December 17, when Uruguay was excluded from the list due to its poor epidemiological situation.

At present, only 7 of the 15 countries originally included on the list are Australia, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore and China, provided that reciprocity is established on the issue of border opening.

It is reported that in order to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, the European Union has imposed severe socio-economic restrictions, including closing its internal borders and with third countries.

At the end of June, the Council of the European Union negotiated a proposal to phase out the restrictions on entry and adopt a list of countries that will open their borders to the outside world from July 1.

The list agreed by the Council of the European Union is not binding on all EU member states, and not all countries support it.

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