Pristina, 13 July 2020 (MIA) – The government of Kosovo decided Monday that nationals of North Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro must present a PCR test when entering the country, MIA reports from Pristina.
The PCR test must be made in the past 72 hours.
The decision exempts passengers arriving at the Pristina-based airport, who are obliged however to sign a statement they would leave Kosovo within three hours. Furthermore, passengers transiting the airport are also not obliged to present a PCR test.
Transporters entering Kosovo from the three countries do not have to present a PCR test but must observe protocols for international transport. Bus transporters will have to sign a statement they would leave the territory of Kosovo within five hours.
In addition, foreign diplomats and their families, along with nationals from the three countries that also possess a Kosovo citizenship and have residence in the country are also exempted from the testing obligation.