3 more border crossings with Hungary reopen: From today, it's easier and faster to get to Budapest
Of the existing nine border crossings with this neighboring country, six are currently open for passenger traffic
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Hungary in September of last year limited regular passenger traffic across the border with Serbia to three border crossings, out of the existing nine.
Due to successful vaccination and a favorable epidemiological situation in both countries, the Hungarian government has now decided to reopen three border crossings with Serbia. One of them is Backi Vinogradi, RTS reports.
The integrated Serbian-Hungarian crossing Backi Vinogradi is reopened with regular working hours from 7 am to 7 pm, as well as Djala and Bajmok, while Horgos, Kelebija and Backi Breg remained open the whole time.
Three more crossings are still closed.
Thanks to an agreement between Serbia and Hungary on mutual recognition of vaccination certificates, i.e., the green digital certificates, citizens of Serbia and Hungary travel to the two countries, including staying in tourist centers.
Those who do not have that certificate must produce a negative PCR test.
Passengers in transit through Hungary must show papers proving they can stay in the country they are traveling to.
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