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    Poland will soon reopen its borders

    Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced today that Poland is to reopen its borders to European Union member states on June 13th. According to the head of government, this decision is dictated by the decreasing number of coronavirus infections in EU countries.

    “We have decided that on June 13th the borders will reopen to the European Union countries as it was before. In some countries of the world, especially Latin America but also North America, there are still high levels of infection and high levels of deaths. It can be seen that the pandemic is still not fully under control there. Therefore, for the time being we are limiting this decision to European Union countries. This is, after all, the most important for us. From 16 June onwards it will be possible to fly, although it is clear that carriers will have to adapt to the situation, they will need a week or two to prepare a network of connections for operational matters, bookings and so on. We are already in contact with our national carrier, LOT, because this will enable LOT to plan its services accordingly”, stated Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.


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