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Serbia and Hungary reopen borders to citizens from the two countries

Christian Fernsby |
Citizens from Serbia and Hungary can cross their borders again if they work or cultivate land on the other side.

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The first vice president of the government and minister of Foreign Affairs, Ivica Dacic, is meeting on the border checkpoint in Horgos-Röeszke with Hungarian Foreign and Trade Minister Peter Szijjártó, who took the agreement for granted on his Facebook account.

According to information published on the official website of the Serbian Government, the decision was made to allow the transit without obstacles through the borders for those who live near the checkpoints and work or own land on the other side.

The borders were closed on March 20, after Serbia established the state of emergency on March 15.

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