Bosnian Border Police began implementing a Decision of Prohibition to Foreigners from Entering Bosnia and Herzegovina



The Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina has started implementing the decision of the Council of Ministers of BiH to ban foreign nationals from entering the country, as part of measures to combat coronavirus.

As the advisor to the director of Bosnian Border Police, Svevlad Hoffman, confirmed to, the order was forwarded to all field offices.

Health professionals, persons in need of treatment, cross-border workers, civil protection services and teams, members of NATO and other Partnership for Peace forces, as well as NATO headquarters in BiH, persons residing in BiH, persons in transit through BiH without restraint, persons licensed by the Council of Ministers, are all exempted from this decision. Croatian citizens are also exempted from transit through the Neum Corridor.

The Council of Ministers decided on Tuesday to temporarily close international border crossings in air traffic for passengers in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This decision will take effect on March 30th at 6 am.



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