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Leipzig - Montenegro Airlines

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Instructions for entering Germany

Federal government decided today (July 1st) to gradually lift current traveling restrictions into Germany from 11 third world countries, among which is Montenegro.  As a reminder, taking into consideration partial improvement of the epidemiologic situation in various countries, the EU Commission stated their decision on June 11th 2020. (COM (2020)399 final) regarding coordinating measures of the Member States. Based on the aforementioned, the EU Council made an adequate recommendation on June 30th 2020. It will be applied in Germany starting on July 2nd of this year.

The recommendation provides for the coordinated lifting of travel restrictions by Member States as follows:

  1. Entry from third world countries with low infection rate, according to the agreed list of countries, is possible without restrictions. The list of countries is updated every two weeks. Member States have the option of granting entry gradually, but not for all countries at the same time. Germany will first allow unlimited cross-border entry for 11 countries based on currently available data:
    1. AUSTRIA
    2. GEORGIA
    3. JAPAN*
    4. CANADA
    5. MONTENEGRO
    6. NEW ZEALAND
    7. SOUTH KOREA
    8. THAILAND
    9. TUNISIA
    10. URUGUAY
    11. CHINA*

    *subject to reciprocal entry possibility.
  2. Extended entry opportunities for travelers from all third countries who have an important reason to travel. Important reasons for entry from third world countries are:
    1. German citizens, EU citizens and the citizens of third world countries with an existing residence permit in Germany;
    2. Health workers and health researchers, as well as nursing staff;
    3. Foreign skilled and highly skilled workers whose employment is necessary from an economic perspective and whose work cannot be postponed or performed abroad;
    4. Personnel engaged in the transport of goods as well as other transport personnel;
    5. Seasonal workers in agriculture;
    6. Seafarers;
    7. Foreign students whose studies cannot be fully organized from abroad;
    8. Foreign family members coming as part of family reunification, as well as visits for urgent family reasons;
    9. Persons in need of international protection or protection for other humanitarian reasons;
    10. Diplomats, employed in international organizations, military personnel and humanitarian workers in the performance of their duties;
    11. So-called "German immigrants";
    12. Passengers in transit.
  3. The previous place of residence of the passengers is crucial for determining the possibility of entry into Germany, not their citizenships.

Regardless of the Germany entry options, the quarantine obligation, which is based on the Infection Protection Act, applies in all federal provinces for arriving and return travelers from the risk area determined by the Federal Institute for Communicative Diseases "Institute Robert Koch". As a reminder - Montenegro will not be listed on the IRK risk areas starting on 07.01.2020, 12:15 PM, and therefore quarantine/self-isolation will not be mandatory upon arrival in Montenegro from Germany.

 


We are taking you to Leipzig

"A neighborhood where lindens grow" would be a translation of the Slavic word "lipsk" after which was Leipzig named. If you want to discover the connection between lindens and Leipzig and to get to know the long tradition and culture of East Germany, then this is the ideal place for you.

Leipzig is home to the largest monument in Europe, built to commemorate the "Battle of the Nations", in which Napoleon was defeated and forced to retreat to France. The monument is 90 meters high, and from the top, there is a spectacular view.

In this city, you can visit one of the oldest cafes in Germany (Auerbach's cellar), which was described by the master of German literature in "Faust", and in which he gladly drank wine.

Tourist attractions that you must see in this city are: the museum of Johann Sebastian Bach and the church of St. Thomas (Thomaskirche) in which Bach was cantor, where his statue, built-in 1908, is located. The Old Town with many cafes and pubs located in narrow, cobbled streets are surrounded by medieval houses; one of the oldest universities in Europe founded in 1409; The Town Hall where the feudal Court of Appeal and the prison with the execution site on the market square are located; the largest railway station in Europe; one of the largest zoos in Germany…

This city has so many sights that it is difficult to list them, let alone describe them in detail. That is why it only remains for us to wish you a pleasant stay. Call us and we will take you to Leipzig.

Have a nice flight.

Yours, Montenegro Airlines