2,300 Macedonian citizens stranded in other counties due to due to blockade of international traffic


The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with the Ministry of Transport and Communications, will organize humanitarian flights and convoys to assist some 2,300 citizens stranded between borders or at airport terminals, or anyone else who needs help to come back home.

Interested parties should report to the nearest consular office by Sunday at 6 pm. All groups who arrive this way will be placed under a mandatory 15-day quarantine to protect everyone, in light of the present public health emergency.

“I’d like to send a key message to anyone who hasn’t reported to us to report because this process will not go on continuously. We’re talking about large expenses, large logistics, and our state won’t be able to organize this kind of humanitarian convoys on a regular basis. And now is not the time to travel abroad,” Dimitrov stressed.

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