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Germany waiting for EU view before deciding on Turkey travel restrictions

Reuters Wednesday, 3 June 2020
Germany is talking to Ankara about reviewing travel restrictions with Turkey but is waiting for a European Union recommendation before taking any decisions, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Wednesday.
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