'Death of Schengen': Macron warns coronavirus is an existential threat to the EU

THE coronavirus pandemic poses an existential threat to the European Union, French President Emmanuel Macron has said, warning of the looming "death of Schengen" - a reference to the agreement guaranteeing free movement within the bloc.

(Translated) ប្រធានាធិបតីបារាំងអេម៉ានុយអែលម៉ារ៉ុនបាននិយាយថាការព្រមានអំពីការស្លាប់របស់លោក Schengen ដែលកំពុងឈានមកដល់គឺការឆ្លងរាតត្បាតនៃវីរុសឆ្លងវីរុសបង្កឱ្យមានការគំរាមកំហែងដល់សហភាពអឺរ៉ុប

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