Japan hasn’t decided to ease entry ban, foreign minister says
People today walk through the departures area at the worldwide terminal at Narita International Airport in Narita, Japan April seven, 2020. (AFP file photograph)
TOKYO: Japanese Overseas Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said on Monday it was not legitimate the governing administration had determined to ease an entry ban, which was implemented to avoid the distribute of the new coronavirus, for folks from selected nations.
The Yomiuri day by day noted final 7 days that Japan may well restart business excursions to and from Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam and Thailand in the future several months.
The governing administration is inspecting ways to ease entry bans, having into consideration various components comprehensively, and would ease limits in levels if it determined to do so, Motegi instructed parliament.
Motegi has agreed with his counterparts from Vietnam, Australia and New Zealand to discuses the possibility of re-letting travel to those who will need it, he said.