Montenegro’s Ministry of Health has updated the list of countries whose citizens are allowed to enter and stay in Montenegro starting from 1 June. Ukraine is not included in it. This was reported by the ministry’s press service.
"Montenegro, adhering to the guidelines and postulates set out in key acts of the European Commission, is gradually coordinating its approach to restoring freedom of movement and abolishing internal border controls," the statement said.
According to the Montenegrin government, entry is allowed for those countries where there is a significant slowdown in the spread of coronavirus, a decrease in the number of new cases, as well as where the number of active patients is not more than 25 per 100 thousand population.
It is noted that the list includes the countries of the European Union, Africa, and Latin America, as well as China. Ukraine is not on the list. The list also does not include the United States and Russia.
As we reported earlier, Montenegro became the first country in Europe that was able to overcome the coronavirus epidemic.