Montenegro decided to take its piece of the tourist pie left over from Turkey and opened its borders to Russians. Now they can get to the Balkan resorts completely unhindered. This was announced by the Minister of Finance and Social Protection of the country Miloiko Spaich, Interfax reports.
So, all restrictions were lifted for tourists from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and North Macedonia. Now they do not even need to take a PCR test at the entrance or undergo mandatory quarantine. At the same time, Russia and Montenegro have not officially restored air communication – most tourists flew there by roundabout routes, including through Istanbul.
Difficulties with planning a summer vacation arose among Russian tourists in mid-April, when Russia closed its borders with Turkey. According to official data, half a million Russians have canceled their vacation.