The border crossing Kobila - Vitaljina between Montenegro and Croatia, which is located on the Prevlaka Peninsula, will be closed for all modes of transport from Friday, September 24, 2018, from 7:00 am. This border crossing will be closed due to the continued reconstruction of the road and the Vitaljina checkpoint on the Croatian side.
It should be noted that the Republic of Croatia has undertaken to build a new modern border point, as it adheres to the approved "Plan of necessary actions to improve the state infrastructure at border crossings and fulfill the obligations specified in Chapter 24 on the country's accession to the European Union". This modernization of the border post is one of the stages of Croatia's preparatory work for joining the European Union and the Schengen zone.
The reconstruction of the Vitaljina border crossing, worth 3.3 million euros, began last year, when all traffic was suspended for six months. During this summer, the passage was temporarily opened with one lane for traffic, because of which, on the border, huge congestion from the cars was periodically observed.
The Kobila-Vitaljina border post will resume its work in the summer of 2019. Until then, it will be possible to get to Croatia by car only through the main border crossing "Debeli-Brieg (Montenegro) - Karasovichi (Croatia)".
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