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Spain, Italy and Germany have taken measures that do not really work in solidarity. Interior Minister Christophe Castaner ruled on Saturday during a trip to Veules-les-Roses (Seine-Maritime) that "essential" is to take joint decisions on the reopening of borders within the European Union. He regretted that this is not the case after Spanish and Italian decisions this week.

In particular, Mr Castaner responded to the reopening of the Italian borders to tourists from the European Union and the disappearance of the mandatory quarantine for foreign visitors to the peninsula announced by Rome on Saturday.

In addition, the Director General of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Alexandre de Juniac on France Inter announced the resumption of national flights in June and continental flights from July. IATA plans to resume intercontinental flights in the last quarter.

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According to the French newspaper Le Monde Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne wants to reopen as many tourist places as possible on 21 June. The Secretary of State for Europe and Foreign Affairs said in an interview with the JDD that the agenda will be announced around May 25. The Secretary of State wants on June 21 a maximum of tourist place reopen to start the season.

"June 21 is the beginning of summer, I hope that by this date, and perhaps even earlier if conditions allow, the maximum number of places will be accessible so that the summer season can really begin." Lemoyne

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