ITALY – All Travellers Subject to Border Control 10-30 May 2017 Due to G7 Summit
Italy has temporarily suspended the Schengen agreement and imposed border controls on all travellers between 10 and 30 May 2017, to enhance security during the upcoming G7 summit in Taormina on 26-27 May.
- All travelers to Italy during this period should carry a valid identity document and allow extra time to go through passport control at airports, seaports and land borders.
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