Bosnia and Herzegovina to open its Borders from June 1st


By the end of this month, many measures in force throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, will be significantly mitigated, including the opening of borders, the return of students to colleges and similar changes.

As confirmed for Srpskainfo, the borders of BiH will be open from June 1, but some will be able to enter the country even before that.

“Businessmen from abroad will be able to cross the state border as early as this week, with the obligatory respect of all measures defined by health workers,” said the chairman of the Council of Ministers of BiH, Zoran Tegeltija.

According to him, the Council of Ministers will have this topic on its agenda these days. They should amend the Decision on special conditions for the entry of foreigners into BiH and thus allow entry and stay in the country to businessmen from abroad who have important business obligations in BiH.

The condition for that will be that they have a confirmation of the negativity of the test for the SARS-COV-2 virus from an authorized laboratory, not older than 48 hours, and an invitation letter from the company they are coming to, which Srpskainfo has already written about.



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