Kosovo-North Macedonia, citizens no longer required to present negative test at border



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As of Monday, citizens will be allowed to enter North Macedonia without having to show a negative CPR test.

The decision of the North Macedonian government removes all restrictions for travellers from Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The government of Kosovo also decided to lift travel restrictions for citizens from North Macedonia, so the latter will no longer need to present a negative CPR test at the customs office.

The Health Ministry of Kosovo underlined that “according to the principle of reciprocity, citizens from the Republic of North Macedonia may enter Kosovo without the CPR test. Citizens arriving from countries classified as “high-risk” by the ECDC will be exempt from this decision”.

Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia are all expected to take a similar decision and remove the CPR test during this week.



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