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  1. Jan 30, 2023 · Entry requirementsPassengers travelling from China are not permitted to enter Spain.This does not apply to the following passengers:Passengers aged 11 years and younger;Passengers holding long-term visa issued by the EU or Schengen Area member state;Residents of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican, provided they are holding the supporting …

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    Jan 31, 2023 · Comparison table [ edit] (01) United States (Peak in 2019) 21,439 (02) China (Peak in 2020) 14,860 (03) Eurozone (Peak in 2008) 14,188 (04) Japan (Peak in 2012) 6,203 (05) United Kingdom (Peak in 2007) 3,085 (06) India (Peak in 2019) 2,868 (07) Brazil (Peak in 2011) 2,614 (08) Russia (Peak in ...

  3. Jan 29, 2023 · Politics of the European Union Member states (27) Treaties Executive institutions Legislative institutions Judicial institutions Auditory institutions Economic and monetary institutions Other bodies Euratom Economic and Monetary Union Schengen Area European Economic Area Elections Law Policies and issues Foreign relations Defunct bodies

  4. Jan 29, 2023 · 6 In other European countries 6.1 Armenia 6.2 Bosnia and Herzegovina 6.3 Georgia 6.4 Iceland 6.5 Moldova 6.6 Montenegro 6.7 North Macedonia 6.8 Norway 6.9 Russia 6.10 San Marino 6.11 Serbia 6.12 Switzerland 6.13 Turkey 6.14 Ukraine 6.15 United Kingdom 7 See also 8 References 9 References Reasoning [ edit]

  5. Jan 30, 2023 · Most countries, including Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Switzerland (formerly also Sweden until 1974, Italy until 1994, Bosnia and Herzegovina until 1998, Lithuania and Spain until 2000, Estonia until 2004 and Albania until 2011, also former countries East Germany until 1990, Soviet Union until 1991, Czechoslovakia until 1993, Yugoslavia until 1998 and Serbia and ...

  6. Jan 29, 2023 · All of the Central European countries are presently listed as being "very highly developed" by the Human Development Index . Contents 1 Historical perspective 1.1 Middle Ages and early modern period 1.2 Before World War I 1.3 Interwar period 1.4 Mitteleuropa 1.5 Central Europe during World War II 1.6 Central Europe behind the Iron Curtain 1.7 Roles

  7. Feb 1, 2023 · These are the EU countries with the largest economies Industry. Meanwhile 20% of the EU’s gross domestic product came from industry, with Ireland’s economy having the most... Agriculture. Less than 2% of the EU’s economy relies on agriculture, forestry and fishing. Romania, Latvia, and Greece... ...

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