The citizens of Serbia, as in the past, will be able to enter Montenegro with a valid identity card or other document confirming their identity, the Montenegrin Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
Some Serbian media have announced that there has been a change of regime on the crossing of Montenegro’s state border for the citizens of the Republic of Serbia.
“Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, as well as so far, can enter, cross over the territory and stay in Montenegro for up to 30 days with a valid identity card (ID), or another document on the basis of which their identity and nationality can be determined “, it is said in the statement given by the Montenegrin Ministry of Foreign Affairs.They explain that when traveling with a third person, children under the age of 18, or underage children, need written and certified consent from their parents.
The reports in media that say that a significant number of Serbian citizens have been returned from the state border with Montenegro were also denied by the Police.
“For the past 24 hours 21,489 persons entered Montenegro, and 19,058 persons left our country,’’it was said from the Police.
Source: Radio Television Montenegro