Macedonian nationals can enter Bulgaria after negative PCR test


Starting Tuesday, Macedonian nationals can enter Bulgaria after presenting a negative PCR test done within the previous 72 hours.

The Bulgarian government decided on Monday to ease travel restrictions for five countries, including North Macedonia, allowing Macedonian nationals to enter the country only after a negative PCR test.

Travel restrictions have also been lifted for Serbia, Moldavia, Israel and Kuwait.

According to the Bulgarian government, restrictions for these countries have been eased on the request of its tourism sector.

Greece, on the other hand, has extended until July 31 the entry ban for Macedonian nationals.

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