Passengers from the European Union will soon be banned from entering the United States under a new travel ban issued by the Department of Homeland Security.

The Trump administration says the ban will target the European Economic Area, a region of roughly 28 million people that includes countries such as the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Denmark, Finland and Sweden.

The EU states that they have “serious concerns” about the ban.

But that does not include the U.S. The executive order also bans all refugees and travelers from six Muslim-majority countries: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen.

In a tweet, the president said the order “is aimed at stopping the threat of terrorism and stopping illegal immigration.”

He says the executive order is “about keeping Americans safe.”

“We will make America safe again!” the president tweeted.

The U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has welcomed the decision, saying: “It’s good news that the US has taken a decisive step towards enforcing its national security interests by restricting entry to the United Kingdom and to other European Union states.

The UK has a clear interest in the safety and security of the people of the United Nation, and we welcome this decision.”

Canada is one of the countries the U,S., Europe and other countries have been considering imposing a travel ban on.

It was not immediately clear what the other countries’ concerns are.

The travel ban also affects U.N. member states such as Canada and Australia, but not U.A.E. countries like Canada, the U’A.U., New Zealand, Australia and South Korea.

The countries in the travel ban list are the U., U.E., UAP, the European Communities, U. S. and the UNA.

They include a large group of Muslim countries that have been on heightened alert since the November 2015 Paris attacks.

“We are not aware of any U. N. member state that has been targeted under this executive order,” a spokeswoman for Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade said.

“Canada has an open and inclusive society, and the safety of Canadians and all Canadians is our top priority.

We will continue to cooperate closely with the U States to protect our interests.”

The ban will also affect Canadians living abroad and will apply to people who travel abroad for business, educational, research or professional purposes, including those with passports from the UU.

The order also includes a ban on those from Syria, Iran, North Korea and Venezuela.

The State Department has not said when or if it will release the revised travel ban.

It is the latest in a series of measures to try to crack down on people coming to the U-S.

from around the world in recent months.

In March, the Trump administration imposed a 120-day travel ban for people from seven countries including Syria, Iraq and Somalia.

The policy has since been suspended.

The new travel order is the first major travel ban the Trump Administration has issued since taking office in January.