The government of North Macedonia has approved the transit of tourists through the country, according to the Greek media.
The decision will take effect from today when it is published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of North Macedonia. According to the new government decree, tourists will be able to stay in North Macedonia for a maximum of 5 hours.
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Since the distance from the Presevo-Tabanovce border crossing to the Macedonian-Greek border is about 170 kilometres, tourists who are coming by car will not need more than 3 hours to cross the Macedonian territory.
At the border, only the Bogorodica-Evzoni border crossing will be opened, while Dojran will remain closed.
In North Macedonia there has been a significant increase in the number of new COVID-19 related infections in the last 24 hours; 196 new cases have been confirmed out of 1,213 samples tested.
From today, however, Greece will open its borders to citizens of Serbia, and almost three months after their closure, the borders between all Member States of the Schengen area will officially open.
From 1 July, the EU’s external border (Schengen Aarea) will be gradually opened.
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