Slovenia has allowed the entry for Ukrainian tourists who have been fully vaccinated with vaccines approved in the country. Ukrainians can also enter Slovenia with a negative PCR test or a negative test for coronavirus antigen SARS-CoV-2. Relevant information appeared on an interactive map from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
"A person coming from the area on the green list can enter Slovenia without quarantine," the country's official government website said.
The entry is permitted for Ukrainians providing a negative coronavirus test by PCR (72 hours before border crossing) or a negative test for coronavirus antigen SARS-CoV-2 (no more than 48 hours before border crossing), or a vaccination certificate.
Slovenia recognizes EU-approved vaccines Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, as well as non-approved Chinese vaccines Covishield, CoronaVac, Sinopharm and Russian Sputnik V.
As it was reported earlier, on July 14, EU ambassadors added Ukraine to the list of third countries for which entry restrictions should be lifted. However, adding a country into the green zone does not automatically remove entry restrictions. Ukraine's Foreign Ministry is preparing for talks with EU representatives considering this issue.