Welcome news for Finland, they won’t be travelling through to N.Finland, but as a whole it doesn’t go far enough, not by a long shot.
The Schengen open borders agreement saw border controls abolished between most EU countries, and travellers can move between them without showing their passports.However, the agreement does allow a country to reinstate controls temporarily if there is a serious threat to its “public policy or internal security.”
Sweden to introduce border controls at noon
Published: 11 Nov 2015 19:59 GMT+01:00
- Border controls on Öresund bridge and ferry routes
- Migration agency boss: we can no longer do our job
Anders Ygeman, Minister for Home Affairs, told a press conference in Stockholm on Wednesday evening that border controls would take place on the Öresund Bridge and the ferry terminals in southern Sweden and apply initially for 10 days.
He said that they could be extended in 20-day periods.