Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina Zoran Tegeltija confirmed that the country’s borders would open on June 1.

Tegeltija explained that the Council of Ministers should meet later this week to discuss changes to decision on special conditions for foreign citizens’ entry to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The CoM Chairman also said that businessmen from other countries would be allowed to enter Bosnia and Herzegovina even before the official opening of country’s borders. They will need to prove that they had tested negative for coronavirus no more than 48 hours prior to arriving in BiH, as well as to provide an invitation letter from the company they want to visit in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Conditions for entrance of other foreign nationals to Bosnia and Herzegovina after June 1 have not been announced yet.

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