The Health Ministry informed the public that this morning the Commission for Infectious Diseases issued a proposal for opening the borders with Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo, and Albania, without the obligation of PCR tests.
“According to the analyses, at the moments there isn’t any indication i.e. there is no higher number of imported cases with COVID-19 in the country. In accordance with this data, there is no risk and the opening of the borders is considered safe. In the European Union, all borders have been opened for crossing without PCR tests,” informed the Health Ministry.
The proposal will be submitted to the Government, which will have to make the final decision to open the borders with the Western Balkans countries.