EU’s updated country list suggests opening external borders only to 10 countries

China News Agency, Brussels, August 7, the European Union updated the list of countries on August 7, suggesting that Member States should open their external borders only to 10 countries and China from August 8, four less than the first list released at the end of June. Meanwhile, the United States, Brazil, Russia, India and other countries are still “nameless.”. According to the announcement issued by the Council of the European Union on the same day, 10 countries are Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay; the condition attached to China is “confirmation of reciprocity”, that is, to confirm that China also opens its borders to citizens of EU Member States. < / P > < p > on June 30 this year, the European Union released its first list of countries. At that time, it suggested that Member States should open their external borders to 14 countries and China. Subsequently, on July 16 and 30, the list was updated twice to remove Montenegro, Serbia and Algeria. On July 7, the European Union removed Morocco, leaving only 10 countries on the list.