Greece removes mandatory PLF form for Macedonian citizens as of Tuesday


Macedonian nationals travelling to Greece will no longer need the Passenger Location Form (PLF), which was a mandatory and necessary document for entry into the country for 20 months, said MIA’s correspondent in Athens.

Minister of Tourism of Greece Vassilis Kikilias announced ten days ago that “on the recommendation of the Commission of Epidemiologists of the Ministry of Health, starting March 15, 2022, the filling in of the Passenger Location Form (PLF) for all visitors from all countries to enter Greece, and added that the abolition facilitates the process of entry of tourists and the emphasis will be on the control of certificates.


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