TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said on Monday it was false the administration had chosen to facilitate a passage boycott, which was executed to forestall the spread of the new coronavirus, for individuals from specific nations.

The Yomiuri every day detailed a week ago that Japan may restart excursions for work to and from Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam and Thailand in the following scarcely any months.

The administration is looking at approaches to ease section bans, thinking about different factors extensively, and would ease limitations in stages in the event that it chose to do as such, Motegi told parliament.

Motegi has concurred with his partners from Vietnam, Australia and New Zealand to plates the chance of re-permitting travel to the individuals who need it, he said.

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