Montenegro will lift all restrictions on the entry of tourists from Russia
The Minister of Finance of Montenegro Miloiko Spaich announced that all restrictions on entry will be lifted for citizens of the Russian Federation and three other countries.
“We are glad to inform you that all restrictive measures, including PCR testing, will be lifted for citizens of the Russian Federation, the Republic of Belarus, Ukraine and North Macedonia to visit Montenegro during the tourist season - 2021,” he wrote in Russian.
However, it is not clarified from what date all the restrictions will be lifted.
In March, Montenegrin authorities said that Russians could enter the country presenting a negative PCR test for coronavirus, a vaccination certificate or a certificate of the presence of antibodies.
Russia has not officially restored air traffic with Montenegro. Earlier, Aeroflot opened the sale of tickets for passenger-and-freight flights from Moscow to Tivat, but then the carrier canceled the offer.
Now on the Aeroflot website, flights to Tivat are available for booking only with a change in Belgrade. In April, the ticket costs from 872 Euros one way, in May - from 428 Euros one way.
Ural Airlines also announced that it will arrange passenger-and-freight flights from Moscow to Tivat. The carrier has launched one flight per week from April 26th. Ticket price in May is from 216 Euros one way.
From May 1, all Russians returning from Montenegro and other foreign countries need to undergo two PCR tests for coronavirus.