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'It’s time to open up': EU Home Affairs Commissioner on coronavirus travel bans

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To all those dreaming of a holiday abroad this summer: the European Commission says it’s working hard to reopen borders in a coordinated manner.

Added on the 04/06/2020 16:28:16 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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