In a statement, the EU said the situation for Moldovan-language teachers, parents, and students in the pro-Russian Transdniester region has improved considerably.
However, the visa ban will remain in place for two other people from the town of Ribnitsa, where the EU said Moldovan language students are still forced to study in temporary premises.
The EU maintains a travel ban on 17 members of the Transdniester leadership for obstructing efforts to negotiate a settlement with Moldova's authorities.
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