Spain and Greece are pushing to unlock tourism this summer.
Spain missed the May 2018 deadline to transpose the EU rules into national law.
News conference following a meeting with Foreign Ministers at the EU headquarters.
Videoconference of EU leaders to discuss COVID-19.
A fifteen per cent reduction in 2021 would come on top of ten per cent in 2020.
Antigen tests will be used at Palma airport from Monday for travellers who don't have proof of a negative PCR test.
Member states are being urged to recognise the validity of rapid antigen tests.
The European Commission is considering stopping the tradition of changing the clocks twice a year from 2021.
The European Commission has not received any Spanish request for aid specific to the tourism industry.
Health "corridors" for countries with similar stages of virus control; the lifting of restrictions; social distancing; wearing of masks.
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Where tourist tax revenue is concerned, the original figure of 128 million euros is expected to be downgraded to between 12 and 24 million, a range which is optimistic.
"It is one thing to defend the right to strike and it is another to guarantee the right of people to travel without problems."
Diesel vehicles will not be allowed to enter the islands from 2025; the same restriction will apply to petrol vehicles from 2035.
It is argued that the rentals legislation contravenes free market directives because it contains restrictive criteria.
There may be relief ahead from the threat of Modelo 720 sanctions for taxpayers in Spain.