Land borders between Argentina and Uruguay will be opened “between today and tomorrow”

The first step will be "to open the pass as a sanitary corridor", and as from November 1st, "the opening to foreigners from any part of the world will also be allowed."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Minister of the Interior, Eduardo "Wado" de Pedro, assured yesterday evening, October 18, that "between today and tomorrow the land borders between Entre Ríos and Uruguay will be opened" and enabled.

"In the next few days, if not today, we will start with the decrees", remarked the national official during his visit to the Entre Ríos city of Gualeguaychú.

De Pedro explained in radio statements that the first step will be "to open the pass as a sanitary corridor", and as from November 1st "the opening to foreigners from any part of the . . .

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