Ukrainians banned from entering Montenegro by car
Starting from July 22, travel to Montenegro for residents of Ukraine and Belarus is only possible by air.
"Entry into Montenegro is provided by air traffic to residents of Ukraine and Belarus, with passenger control during boarding and disembarking and fulfillment of other conditions prescribed by the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism," the Government of Montenegro said in a general protective measures report updated on July 22.
At the same time, they are allowed to cross in by car if prior to the arrival they stayed in a country from the 'green list' or 'yellow list' for at least 15 days.
Meanwhile, Balkan Observer for Ukraine wrote on Facebook Ukrainian tourists will face new rules while traveling to Montenegro.
A tour operator must ensure temperature screening of passengers at least once before boarding. Passenger with body temperature over the norm shall be banned from boarding a plane en route to Montenegro.
Upon arrival in Montenegro and immediately after border crossing, the tour operator is obliged to provide each passenger with a memo containing recommendations of the Institute of Public Health of Montenegro, and inform them of obligations to comply with anti-epidemic rules.
In cases when the tour includes excursions, the tour operator is obliged to keep a detailed record of all locations visited by their tourists.