VIENNA, June 9 (Reuters) - Austria will reopen its borders to Italy and more than 20 other European countries next week, officials said on Tuesday, a move that should ease tensions with Rome after Vienna singled its southern neighbour out for continued coronavirus-related checks.
Details of the decision will be finalised at a ministerial meeting on Wednesday, officials said on condition of anonymity.
There has been widespread speculation that Austria will only fully lift quarantine requirements for people arriving from some, BUT not all, Italian regions. The Foreign Ministry declined to comment. (Reporting by Francois Murphy; Editing by Kevin Liffey)