The Catalan General and the Government of Andorra reached an agreement, Mobility at the border level is interpreted as freedom Applies to residents of two territories.
The head of the Andorran government, Xavier Espot, explained this in a statement to the press, and wrote in a mutually agreed statement, which started from yesterday Thursday to this Friday Studies were conducted at the closing meeting.
such, Residents of Andorra can travel to Catalonia Upon arrival at your destination, comply with applicable health regulations; you can only skip the regional restrictions to and from Andorra, but Not during the stay in Catalonia.
In the same way Residents of Catalonia can travel to Andorra, And walk through different areas when roaming; whether for others or for others, you must fill in the self-responsibility certificate.
At the same time, the two governments “Highly recommended” to restrict travel Esper said this is justified and exists in the core of coexistence or habitual bubbles.
“One thing is allowed, the other is reasonable”, The head of the Andorran government has said that he called for caution and advised against traveling.
Esper explained that “this is not a simple explanation” and that it requires the respective legal advisers of both parties to negotiate. A “perennial” agreement has been reached.
Therefore, the head of the Andorran government explained that cross-border movement can only be affected by the following factors: Changes in state rulesJust like what happened in the first wave of the pandemic, Spain (and most countries) took measures to close international mobility.
It was also agreed at the meeting that during the downgrade process, the Catalan General’s government “Pledged to take Andorra into consideration to facilitate movement between the two territories”, Details of the press release sent by the Andorran executive officer.
For Catalonia, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Secretary-General Bernat Solé and Alex Villatoro attended the meeting; the Minister of the Interior and Secretary-General Miquel Sàmper and Elisabeth Abad; the head of the Legal Department of Francesc Claverol; the staff officer President Josep Montané; Minister of Health and Secretary-General Alba Vergés and Marc Ramentol.
Former President of Andorra, Minister of Economy and Commerce Jordi Gallardo (Jordi Gallardo); Minister of Foreign Affairs Maria Ubach (Maria Ubach); Minister of European Affairs Landry Riba (Landry Riba); Justice and the Interior Minister Joan Leon; Minister of Health Helena Mas (Helena Mas); and Chief of Staff Guillem Casal (Guillem Casal).