Citizens of Ghana, Nigeria and Others Not Permitted Entry into Europe Starting Tomorrow-July 1


The European Union has released a list of countries whose citizens would be able to travel to any of its member states, starting tomorrow-July 2020–and the list excludes Ghana.

Per schengenvisainfo, the citizens of 54 countries will be allowed entry into EU countries when the Coronavirus-induced border closure is lifted tomorrow.

Alongside Ghana, other excluded countries include Nigeria, Togo, Sierra Leone, South Africa and others.

Below is the list of countries permitted to enter into the European Union from 1st July 2020.

  1. Albania
  2. Algeria
  3. Andorra
  4. Angola
  5. Australia
  6. Bahamas
  7. Bhutan
  8. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  9. Canada
  10. China
  11. Costa Rica
  12. Cuba
  13. Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
  14. Dominica
  15. Egypt
  16. Ethiopia
  17. Georgia
  18. Guyana
  19. India
  20. Indonesia
  21. Jamaica
  22. Japan
  23. Kazakhstan
  24. Kosovo
  25. Lebanon
  26. Mauritius
  27. Monaco
  28. Mongolia
  29. Montenegro
  30. Morocco
  31. Mozambique
  32. Myanmar
  33. Namibia
  34. New Zealand
  35. Nicaragua
  36. Palau
  37. Paraguay
  38. Rwanda
  39. Saint Lucia
  40. Serbia
  41. South Korea
  42. Tajikistan
  43. Thailand
  44. Tunisia
  45. Turkey
  46. Turkmenistan
  47. Uganda
  48. Ukraine
  49. Uruguay
  50. Uzbekistan
  51. Vatican City
  52. Venezuela
  53. Vietnam
  54. Zambia


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