Changes to the visa requirements will be required by the Netherlands for all travelers applying for a visa in all Schengen embassies and consulates abroad
- Council Makes Conclusions Against Belarus, Belarusian Nationals Still Welcome to EU October 13, 2020
- IATA: Very low Risk of Transmission of COVID-19 Onboard Aircraft October 12, 2020
- Travel Ban: Travelers from Georgia or Tunisia No Longer Allowed to Enter Germany October 10, 2020
- France to Negotiate Terms with UK for Channel Tunnel Use October 9, 2020
- Lithuania no Longer Requires Negative COVID-19 Tests for Arrivals, Eliminates Quarantine for Certain Categories of Travelers October 6, 2020
- Hungary Closes Borders Until End of October After Dispute with European Commission October 4, 2020
- Germany Updates List of “International Risk Areas” Creating Further Travel Restrictions October 2, 2020
- European Commission Announces new Customs Union Plan September 30, 2020
- MEPs Tourism Committee: 22 Million Jobs are at Risk, EU Must Act Now September 25, 2020
- European Commission Proposes Common EU Approach for Migration and Asylum in EU September 24, 2020
There is little denying the critical importance that bilateral relations play in economic development and cultural exchange. One key component of this process is the
Outsourcing is a buzzword often heard in many industries but consular services is increasingly among them, as odd as that might seem at first glance.
Dutch politician Petier Omtzigt is prepared to take seriously Albania’s proposed plan to start selling citizenship to people who will invest in the Balkan country.