Mette Frederiksen, to convene as expected to the news conference on Friday afternoon.
She will give the latest news about the reopening of the border at 14 in the galerie des glaces hall. It informs the press office on Twitter.
on Wednesday last week promised the prime minister Mette Frederiksen (S), that in the day Friday would come an announcement about whether the government will open the borders further, as the spread of coronaviruses fall.
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the prime minister's office convenes a press conference in the galerie des glaces hall on Friday, 29. may at. 14.00 #dkpol pic.twitter.com/H262AuNhrr— prime minister's office (@Statsmin) May 29, 2020
on Friday morning promised another member of the government, justice minister Nick Hækkerup (S), that a solution is on the way.
- I am fully aware of the large economic consequences of the closed borders. And we must not keep them closed more than necessary. But we should tread careful forward. There comes a good solution. Not tomorrow, but later in the day, he said at a meeting of the committee for european affairs in the Danish Parliament.
the Borders to Germany and Sweden is closed for persons who do not have a creditable purpose. It is tourism is not, and therefore suffers from the tourism industry such as restaurateurs, hotels and operator skyrocketed during the closure.
the Government has been criticized for keeping the border closed. Prior to genåbningsforhandlingerne last week had a majority without the government even required the opening of the borders.
The requirements ended in a slight extension of what anerkendelsesværdige purpose is.
Borders is foreign policy, which is in the government's hands. Nick Haekkerup said Friday morning that he is in dialogue with the neighbouring countries Germany and Sweden, what will happen with the borders.
- We would like to have a dialogue with the other countries before we gave a message. The third person I talked to today - after my wife and the Swedish minister, was actually Horst Seehofer (Germany's minister of the interior, ed.), said Nick Hækkerup.