Kosovo Decision Due on Serbian Passport Restrictions

Kosovo Police Service, KPS, has said that a decision on whether Serbian and Montenegrin nationals will need passports to enter Kosovo will be announced this week. 

 

KPS spokesperson Bakim Kelani said that the “KPS is waiting for information” on the issue.

The KPS spokesperson for Gnjilane region, Ismet Hasani, told local TV station in the town of Presevo last week that Serbian and Montenegrin nationals will need a passport to enter Kosovo as of 12 November and that a “special card will be given to Serbian citizens which will be used as a visa”.

According to Danas, Kelani said that KPS officials are “for now only informing people that according to Kosovo law, they must have personal identification cards or passports, but that they can enter Kosovo without passports as well”.

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