France introduces ‘International Attestation’ requirement

The French government has announced that they will be introducing a new ‘International Attestation’ for travel to France as of 6pm Monday 6th April. All travellers will be required to present this to confirm that their trip meets the criteria for essential travel – this includes goods carriers and cross border workers amongst others.

This measure appears to be targeted at curbing potential non-essential travel over the upcoming Easter weekend (ie holiday trips) but it will obviously also apply to drivers carrying freight across the border.

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