Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and Serbia Agree to Open Borders on June 1

Serbia is in agreement with the borders between Bulgaria, Greece, Romania, and Serbia being opened on 1 June with the application of appropriate epidemiological measures, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday at the Quadrilateral meeting.

In a video-conference meeting between the representatives of the four countries’ High Cooperation Council, Vucic said that the mutual agreement for the mitigation of the restrictions for crossing the border was one of the key elements for stimulating the economy, particularly tourism, it was announced from the press service of the Serbian President.

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis proposed the opening of the Greek border from June 1 for business travel, seasonal workers, and family members living in other countries, while the opening of the border for tourist travel is scheduled for June 15, the press release said.

A meeting of the High Council in Bulgaria in early June has also been agreed, where – before the meeting of the Council – a bilateral meeting between Vucic and Prime Minister Borisov will be held.