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Information on entry requirements for specific countries

Regarding the gradual lifting of the measures of air traffic ban, conditions and procedures of entering a certain country, can be found on IATA's website (International Air Transport Association) in the "Travel Center" section (please find on the link below).

It is necessary to enter your passport data, name of the arriving country, departing country, and after that you will get an answer whether the entering ban exists or not and what is the procedure if it is even possible to travel to that destination. Data are being updated on daily basis in accordance with changes in measures of numerous countries, so it can be used as a reliable source of information.

Information on entering a certain country could also be found in the diplomatic-consular missions of the countries that you plan on visiting.

Passengers are obliged to be informed of all general recommendations of competent health institutions prior to the travel, and to get to know to the rules of entering a country they travel to.

Link: www.iatatravelcenter.com.


Instructions of entering Switzerland

According to the laws of Switzerland, all passengers entering this country, from June 2nd 2020, must fill out a contact form before landing, which you can download here and submit after boarding to our cabin crew. If you do not submit the already completed form, colleagues on the plane will hand you a copy that must be completed and submitted.

All companies flying to Switzerland are obliged by local law to follow this procedure and deliver the lists to the country of entry upon request.

The form contains basic contact information and it is easier to contact the passenger in case it is determined that one of the passengers has been infected with the new Corona virus. This data will be stored in accordance with the highest standards governing the protection of personal data, and will be destroyed after one month.

FORM

Montenegrin citizens with a valid residence permit in Switzerland (EU/EFTA/Schengen area) are allowed to enter Switzerland after June 15th 2020, without the obligation of quarantine(unless they show clear signs of possible COVID-19 infection, in which case it is advised not to go on a trip). Citizens of Montenegro who do not have a residence permit, but have a strong reason to enter, can apply for permit via email corona@sem.admin.ch. To connect with family member in Switzerland, a special permit from Swiss authorities is required - Type D Visa issued by Switzerland or Laissez Passer issued by the Swiss State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) or an official letter from the Immigration office. It can be requested via email corona@sem.admin.ch.

Montenegrin citizens cannot enter in the Swiss Confederation as tourists yet, unless they have a residence permit. Entering to visit residents or citizens of Austria are also not allowed.

Transit: Passengers are allowed to transit to another Schengen country from which they have a residence permit, work permit or national visa. More details on border closures and exemptions can be found at: www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home/aktuell.

General questions on entering Switzerland can be found on the website of the Swiss State Secretariat for Migration: https://www.sem.admin.ch/sem/en/home/aktuell/aktuell/faq.


Instructions of entering Denmark

Non-Danish citizens will not be allowed to enter the country unless they have clear reason. Check new entry requirements at: https://politi.dk/en/coronavirus-in-denmark under the Headline: If you are travelling to or from Denmark. For questions regarding worthy purposes, call Danish police's hotline, which is open weekdays 08.00-16.00 and weekends and holidays 09.00-14.00, at +45 7020 6044.

Special exemptions apply to Scandinavian countries and German citizens and can also be checked at the above link.

Due to a large number of passengers traveling to Copenhagen continues to Sweden, Montenegrin citizens and residents of Montenegro, are allowed to enter this country from July 4th. We recommend that you check all information on the official website of the Swedish authorities prior to the travel https://polisen.se/en/the-swedish-police/the-coronavirus-and-the-swedish-police/travel-to-and-from-sweden/. As it is written on the website, criteria that will have to be met, will be updated every two weeks.

Also, Montenegro have opened its borders to the residents/ citizens of the EU countries, to Sweden as well, and it is valid until July 6th:

For more information, click on the link:

Note*: Due to an entry into any country, the country of residence will be taken into consideration, not the country of citizenship, unless both citizenship and country of residence are of the same nation.


Instructions for entering Austria

For passengers coming from Montenegro to Austria, the same rules from the current regulation (which regulates entry by air and land), which is in force since June 15th and has been extended until September 30th 2020, apply.

Persons from third world countries, including Montenegro, are still not allowed to enter Austria. The existing exceptions so far remain in force (eg transit, medical treatment).

Entry from countries outside EU and Schengen area is allowed in accordance with the above mentioned regulation for:

  • Austrian citizens,
  • EU citizens, citizens of EEA and Switzerland,
  • Following groups of people:
    • Austrian citizens family members, citizens of EU, EFTA and Switzerland who live in the same household;
    • Foreign citizens who meet any of the following:
      • Holders of Visa Type D issued by Austria,
      • Diplomats,
      • Holders of residence permit,
      • Diplomatic missions personnel and members of their families who live in the same household,
      • International organizations employees as well as their family members who live in the same household,
      • Humanitarian staff,
      • Health workers and caregivers,
      • Seasonal workers in agriculture, forestry and tourism,
      • Transit passengers,
      • Persons working in the transport of goods,
      • Business passengers, under the condition that they can prove the necessity of their travel (e.g. invitation from an Austrian business partner),
      • Persons who travel in the family circle in individual cases for reasons of particularly valuable consideration such as funeral, hospitalization of a close relative, etc, and who can prove these reasons.

Persons that are stated above are allowed to enter Austria. However, it is necessary that they provide proof of negative COVID test (issued in English or German). Test must be done at least 4 days prior to the travel. If the passenger do not own a test, he/she is obliged to get tested on Vienna airport. The price of the test is EUR190+VAT. Otherwise, passenger is obliged to adhere to the quarantine regulations for 14 days, according to the rules of the Austrian government.

Exceptions to medical treatment entry still apply.

COVID-19 Test form


Instructions for entering Slovenia

In relation to the previous measures, from June 25th, citizens of Montenegro will be assigned a mandatory quarantine measure for 14 days upon entering Slovenia. We note that in Slovenia, this term implies self-isolation at the address of residence, and that there is no mechanism of institutional quarantine.

Exempt from determining the measure of quarantine are:

  • Persons traveling through the territory of Slovenia for transit, which must leave within 12 hours from the time of entry.
  • Holders of diplomatic passports,
  • Persons coming for business purposes, and which possess a certificate from the competent ministry that the self-isolation could cause a greater social or economic damage, with the obligation to have a COVID-19 test with a negative result, done in the past 36 hours, and issued in the EU.
  • Persons who have scheduled medical examination, with the mandatory possession of a certificate of appointment by a doctor/clinic, as well as with the mandatory possession of a negative test result on COVID-19,
  • Persons crossing the border for inclusion in the education system of the Republic of Slovenia or a scientific research in the territory of the Republic of Slovenia, as well as their parents or other companions who are obliged to leave the country within 24 hours, with mandatory possession of negative test results on COVID-19,
  • Persons entering due to a death of a close relative, and who leave Slovenia within 24 hours, having in possession a negative COVID-19 test result,
  • Persons crossing the border due to family reasons (visiting a close relative), and that leave Slovenia within 24 hours, possessing a negative test result on COVID-19.
  • Persons entering due to necessary and immediate personal reasons and who leave the state within 24 hours, with proof of the reason for which they come, as well as having negative test result on COVID-19.

Negative test result on COVID-19, for categories for which it is required, must be done in the past 36 hours (previously it was 72 hours) and it must be done in an EU member state.

We note that the rule on transit through the territory of Slovenia has been changed, instead of 24 hours, transit is now allowed within 12 hours, for entry and exit from the country.

We also note that it is not necessary to announce the citizens of Montenegro that are in transit, if they have proof that they can enter the country of destination unobstructed.

Instructions for Slovenian citizens returning back from Montenegro

We ask Slovenian citizens returning from Montenegro, to contact the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Podgorica regarding the conditions applicable to their return or to send an email to the address of the Slovenian Police: info.koronavirus@policija.si


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.


Instructions of entering France

The French Republic has accepted the recommendations of the European Commission and our citizens can currently enter that country. On the other hand, French citizens can enter Montenegro without any restrictions, as well as return to France without restrictions. Please contact the French Embassy in Montenegro for more detailed information.

According to French law, all passengers entering this country must complete the form below and show it to airport staff as well as border authorities. If you do not already have a completed form before boarding, colleagues on the plane will hand you a copy.

The form contains basic contact information and its sole purpose is to make it easier to contact the passenger in case it is determined that one of the passengers has been infected with the new corona virus.

FORM