Greece opens border for citizens of northern Macedonia: These are the rules
From tomorrow, Greece's border with northern Macedonia will be open to all Macedonian citizens. The news was announced by Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, who had a meeting with Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis. He also announces the rules set by the Greek authorities for persons entering Greece through the Evzoni border crossing.
Individuals crossing the border must have received the two-dose anti-Covid vaccine. If they have not yet done so, they must submit a test with a negative result against Covid, or prove that they have passed the coronavirus with a positive result against the antibodies.
Zaev's full post:
"We had an excellent meeting with the Prime Minister of Greece, Micotakis. He informed me that starting tomorrow, May 14, 2021, the Evzoni border crossing will be opened for all citizens of RMV, who have a negative PCR test, evidence of two accepted doses of anti-covid vaccine or a positive result for antibodies ".
Meanwhile, for Albania: Leaving Greece and entering our country, will be allowed from 06:00 to 22:00, for all citizens and categories of vehicles.