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González Laya defends in Belgium that Spain is a safe travel destination for tourists

July 13, 2020

Minister for Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, Arancha González Laya, defended against Belgium this Monday that Spain had “learned the lesson” of the importance of taking action against the coronavirus in good time, for which it sees the epidemiological situation in It is now under control and is a “safe” destination for tourists wishing to travel to the country this summer.

“Spain is a safe country that knows how to take timely measures that will allow the population to be confused, who has learned the lesson and taken action,” said González Laya when he interviewed about the situation in Spain was asked. to the Belgian public broadcaster RTBF.

The head of Spanish diplomacy has stressed that as long as there is no effective vaccine or treatment, “you have to be careful” that “Spain will definitely stay safe”, follow hygiene protocols and defend barriers such as hygiene, the mask in public Space and social distance.

González Laya defends in Belgium that Spain is a safe travel destination for touristsGonzález Laya defends in Belgium that Spain is a safe travel destination for tourists

González Laya, who traveled to Brussels to attend the first face-to-face meeting of European foreign ministers since the pandemic broke out in Europe, wanted to underline that Spain has opened its borders to tourists from other EU partners and is considered safe by the Belgian authorities Viewed as the goal, the result is epidemiological data and not “diplomatic games”.