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The border between Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina is open for the crossing of all persons and vehicles, is confirmed the Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Avaz news portal reports

“The Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina received a notification from the Republic of Serbia that from 22 May 2020 at 00.00, the Republic of Serbia opens the border between the Republic of Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina for the unimpeded crossing of the state border of all persons and vehicles,” Bosnian Border Police announced.

The border between Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina was closed since 19 March, and the crossing was allowed only for trucks.