Yesterday, the National Coordinating Authority (NPO) decided to open Montenegro airports in the near future for general aviation flights both to Montenegro and from Montenegro.
“The corresponding instructions and orders will be issued this week,” the NGO said.
At today's meeting, chaired by the president of the organization, Milutin Simovic, the National Coordinating Authority, having studied the report on the epidemiological situation in Montenegro, expressed serious concern about public gatherings, which are now banned in the country due to the high epidemiological risk. Such meetings, according to experts, threaten the result already achieved, and also threaten the necessary recovery of the Montenegrin economy.
They also agreed to amend the relevant order of the Ministry of Health of Montenegro, namely, while banning sports in public places and meeting in the premises of people who are not members of the same family.
The national coordinating authority once again warns citizens of the country not to enter Montenegro in passenger vehicles without prior coordination with diplomatic and consular missions and recalls that all persons entering Montenegro, regardless of the method and place of entry and other circumstances, must spend 14 days in quarantine. The NGO also recalled that the same rule applies to seafarers as to other citizens who have arrived in the country - a mandatory two-week quarantine and obtaining a positive medical result.
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