As of today, drivers with vehicles registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina will be able to enter the EU, as well as Switzerland, Andorra, Iceland, Norway and to Serbiawithout the so-called 'green cards'.

The Green Card Bureau in Bosnia and Herzegovina announced in early October that owners of motor vehicles from Bosnia and Herzegovina will be able to travel without control of the existence of a green/white card to EU countries, Switzerland, Andorra, Iceland, Norway and Serbia from October 19.

The Bureau specified that after many years of preparations and work on establishing and fulfilling criteria and certain standards according to the European Community of Insurers in Brussels, the Green Card Bureau in Bosnia and Herzegovina signed the Multilateral Guarantee Agreement by which Bosnia and Herzegovina became a member of the so-called License plate subsystem.

By signing this agreement with 33 EU bureaus, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, Andorra, Iceland, Norway, Serbia, and the decision of the EU Commission of September 28 on the application of the directive of the European Parliament and the Council, motor vehicle owners from Bosnia and Herzegovina have been able to travel to those countries without green / white card control.


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