RIGA - As of today, residents of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia can travel to Finland without going into 14-day self-isolation upon arriving in these countries, Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics (New Unity) told LETA.
Finland reopens to travelers from the Baltic states on Monday, June 15. Rinkevics noted that the 14-days self-isolation requirement will be lifted for travelers from the Baltic states, as well as Finland.
At the beginning of June, diplomatic chief Josep Borrell urged European Union member states to start reopening their external frontiers t...
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