The Greek government is moving ahead with its first round of tourism advisory committees, according to the country’s tourism board.
The committee was created in December and consists of representatives from Greek businesses and associations, the ministry of tourism said.
It will recommend to the government that travel visas be banned for the next three months and that all visitors and visitors-to-EU-member countries be required to have a permit before they can travel.
The ministry said that the decision will be taken by a committee of all three members, and it will then be reviewed by the government.
The panel will also have a public hearing.
It was created to promote tourism in Greece, and in December, the board voted to extend the ban for six months.
A few weeks ago, the European Commission announced a six-month ban on the importation of tourists from Greece, as well as for Greek citizens with permanent residency in the EU.
Greece has been a major source of tourists for EU member states since the mid-1990s.