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Only in seven countries can the citizens of Northern Macedonia travel without obstacles

Only in seven countries, citizens of Northern Macedonia can travel without restrictions and prohibitions.

In this list are Albania and Turkey, countries which even during the summer have been open to the citizens of Macedonia, while from Monday without a test you can travel to Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. While without a test, but with health insurance, the citizens of Northern Macedonia can also travel to Brazil.

All other countries have special rules on entry, which also apply to Macedonian citizens. While there are countries, which are completely forbidden for the citizens of Macedonia, as a measure to prevent coronavirus, Telegrafi Makedonija reports.

With a negative PCR test, Macedonian citizens can travel to Bulgaria, Jordan, Pakistan, Zambia and Egypt.

While entry without a test, but with the quarantine measure, is allowed in Ukraine.

With a negative PCR test and 10 days quarantine, citizens of Northern Macedonia can travel to Austria.

Germany remains closed to citizens of northern Macedonia. Exceptions are German citizens traveling from Macedonia, citizens with a residence permit or work permit in Germany, and there are other special conditions which are explained in detail on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of northern Macedonia.

For the US, Northern Macedonia is not on the list of high-risk countries and citizens can enter the US if they have a valid US visa and stay 14 days in quarantine.

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