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Croatia Opened Borders for Russians
15.07.2020 12:34
Croatia Opened Borders for Russians
(Source: https://tourism.interfax.ru/ru/news/articles/71914)


      
Croatia has opened its borders to citizens from third countries, including Russia. Tourists must present  a certificate of the absence of coronavirus at the border, as well as a voucher for accommodation, Schengen Visa Info reports.

      “Based on the recommendations of the Croatian Institute of Public Health, the country's authorities decided to open the borders for an expanded list of citizens from countries outside the European Union, including tourists,” the portal writes.

      According to the publication, residents of third countries, including Russia, when visiting Croatia for tourism, are required to present at the border a voucher for paid accommodation, as well as a negative PCR test result, made not longer than two days before arrival. In the absence of a certificate, a mandatory 14-day quarantine is assigned. "The quarantine can be reduced if a citizen decides to undergo a coronavirus test in Croatia at his own expense and receive results within a week," the portal writes.

      Russians with a valid visa can visit Croatia, since the issuance of new documents is currently suspended.

      



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: coronavirus     

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