EU Parliament Votes to End Visa-Free Travel for U.S. Citizens

By Christian Stampfer on 3 March 2017
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Brussels, Belgium

Brussels, Belgium

MUNICH—The European Parliament passed a non-binding resolution to end visa-free travel for Americans entering the European Union.

The move follows the failure of the United States to agree to visa-free travel for citizens of five EU countries, namely Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Poland, and Romania, as part of a reciprocity agreement.

Currently, U.S. citizens can enter all EU countries without a visa.

The resolution was intended to “encourage” the United States to live up to its reciprocity agreement, according to a statement issued by the European Parliament, but it may not go into effect due to fears of the impact it will have on tourism and trade.

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