ZAGREB, May 28 (Hina) – Bosnia and Herzegovina will reopen its border to nationals of neighbouring countries, including Croatia, on June 1, Prime Minister Zoran Tegeltija said on Thursday.
“We have decided to open the border to neighbouring countries on June 1 without any restrictions related to (coronavirus) testing,” Tegeltija told reporters in Sarajevo after a session of the Council of Ministers, the country’s government.
He added that restrictions regarding passenger transport with neighbouring countries had been abolished despite the fact that Croatia and Montenegro had maintained restrictions on entry for nationals of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
All airports in the country will be reopened to international traffic on June 1 as well.
Bosnia and Herzegovina has maintained restrictions on entry for nationals of countries other than the neighbouring ones, with Tegeltija saying that the border regime for those countries would be liberalised on a case-to-case basis, depending on their epidemiological situation.