Nigerians Are Presently Banned From Entering Europe, See Why
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Nigeria, US, others prohibited from the list of visitors allowed to enter Europe from July 1
Ahead of the intended reopening of its boundaries to international visitors on July 1, the European Union Commission has published a list of 54 nations that are permitted for travels into Europe but Nigeria is prominently missing.
Its been reported that citizens from Brazil, Nigeria, the US, Qatar, and Russia would not be permitted to travel into Europe till the period when the epidemic situation in their nations concerning COVID-19 gets better amendments.
According to the announcement, the nations whose residents have been given access to Europe are Australia, Algeria, Albania, Angola, Andorra, Bahamas, Bosnia, Canada, Bhutan, and Herzegovina.
Others listed are Mongolia, Monaco, Morocco, Montenegro, Myanmar, Mozambique, Namibia, Nicaragua, New Zealand, Palau, Rwanda, Paraguay, Saint Lucia, South Korea, and Serbia,
Thailand, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Uganda, Uruguay, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vatican City, Zambia, Vietnam, China.
Cuba, Costa Rica, Dominica, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Ethiopia, Egypt, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Guyana, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Japan, Lebanon Kosovo, and Mauritius.
Talking on the improvement, Eric Manner, the European Union Commission spokesperson, announced that the union had the power to select who would pass into its boundaries. He stressed that it was established on health standards.
“The European Union has an inner process to deduce from which nations it would be safe to approve travelers,” he explained