TALLINN - The European Commission on Wednesday invited Schengen member states and Schengen-associated states to prolong the temporary restriction on non-essential travel to the EU until May 15.
The experience of member states and other countries exposed to the pandemic shows the measures applied to fight the spread of the virus require more than 30 days to be effective. The Commission calls for a coordinated approach to the prolongation, as action at the external borders can only be effective if implemented by all EU and Schengen states at all borders, with the same end d...
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