Interior Commissioner Ylva Johansson announced on Friday that the European Union will fully open its internal borders by the end of June.
The European Union will reopen its internal borders fully by the end of June, Ylva Johansson announced on Friday, June 5. The latter made it clear that the lifting of travel restrictions to or from the block will not begin until July.
Speaking to the press following a video conference between the interior ministers of the 27 member states, Ylva Johansson made it clear that most EU governments will abolish border controls between the member states on June 15, but that some would still wait until the end of the month.
“So that means that checks for internal borders will be lifted by the end of June, I imagine,” she added. .