Hungary’s Foreign Ministry has issued an order that allows Ukrainians to enter the 30-kilometer zone on the territory of the country, the press service of the Regional State Administration of Transcarpathia reports.
"According to the order of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary, which comes into force on July 15, 2020, citizens of neighboring countries belonging to the ‘red’ and ‘yellow’ categories will be able to enter the 30-kilometer zone in Hungary," the message reads.
It is emphasized that the citizens of these countries must not leave the 30-kilometer zone and must depart from the country within 24 hours.
It is also reported that Hungary continues allowing Ukrainian citizens to pass through the country in transit. Freight is permitted as well.
As we reported earlier, Ukraine is on the list of countries whose citizens must undergo a 14-day quarantine when entering Lithuania.
In total, the list includes 63 countries. The countries on this list are considered as those that have a difficult situation with the coronavirus, which means that they have diagnosed more than 25 out of 100 thousand inhabitants with COVID-19 in the last 14 days.