Georgia is in the draft list of countries that will be allowed to enter EU when borders open. The list is published by the Euronews. The list has already aroused controversy, after sources revealed that the United States - the worst-affected country worldwide by COVID-19 with more than 2.4 million cases, isn’t on it. Brazil and Russia are also believed to be on the no-entry list due to their responses to the virus.
Euronews has obtained, from EU diplomatic sources, the full draft list of the countries for which Europe"s borders will be open, and can confirm that Brazil, Qatar, the U.S. and Russia are indeed not on it. Sources also threw into doubt the border reopening date of 1 July, suggesting agreements will not be forthcoming in time.
The full list of countries whose nationals will be allowed to enter Europe according to the draft list is as follows: Vatican City, Monaco, Montenegro, Andorra, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ukraine, Albania, Turkey, Kosovo, Democratic People"s Republic of Korea, Turkmenistan, Vietnam, China, Thailand, Myanmar, Mongolia, Japan, South Korea, Georgia, Bhutan, Lebanon, Indonesia, Uzbekistan, India, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Palau, New Zeland, Australia, Dominica, Bahamas, Saint Lucia, Uruguay, Jamaica, Cuba, Guyana, Paraguay, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Canada, Angola, Tunisia, Namibia, Uganda, Mozambique, Mauritius, Zambia, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt.