Croatian Agency HINA announced on Saturday that the Montenegrin authorities have opened the borders to citizens of the European Union and Israeli countries and that they will be able to enter the Balkan country without any requirements regarding COVID-19.
However, the Romanian Foreign Ministry’s website says that although restrictive measures in Montenegro have been eased, only a certain category of foreign nationals have free access to the country, without being conditioned by Covid-related requirements. – 19, reports Gazeta Express.
In particular, Montenegrin and foreign nationals coming from Kosovo, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Northern Macedonia, Croatia, Russia, Ukraine and Belarus can enter Montenegro without presenting a PCR test for Covid-19 or evidence that they have been vaccinated against coronavirus if they prove that they have a permanent or temporary residence, or if they have stayed in those respective countries for at least 15 days before entering Montenegro.
Other Montenegrin and foreign nationals (except persons from Albania, Republic of Serbia, Serbia, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Northern Macedonia, Croatia, Russia, Ukraine and Belarus) wishing to enter Montenegro through all transit points of the border, must meet certain conditions.