Montenegro opens Borders for Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina Today


Director of the Institute of Public Health Boban Mugosa stated yesterday that Montenegro will open its borders to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) from today, Radio Sarajevo reports.

“From today, Montenegro opens its borders to Serbia, BiH, Albania, Kosovo, Northern Macedonia, and the countries of the Western Balkans,” Mugosa announced, adding that the epidemiological situation with coronavirus is improved in these countries.

He said that an electronic session of the National Coordination Body would be held yesterday, at which the ways of entering Montenegro from the mentioned countries would be defined, but he pointed out that a negative PCR test or serological ELESA would most likely be needed.

According to him, it was decided to open the borders to these countries at the request of the tourism industry.

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