Poland decides to allow international flights with Albania


Poland decides to allow international flights to a number of countries, including Albania, from 1 July.

The Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs announced today that the Polish authorities have decided to allow international flights with a number of countries, including Albania, starting from July 1, 2020.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs states that: the opportunity to enter the territory of Poland is for Polish citizens, as well as foreigners who are married to Polish citizens, children of Polish citizens and persons under the care of Polish citizens; are holders of the Polish Charter; part of diplomatic missions; have a temporary or permanent residence permit in Poland; have the right to work in Poland, including cross-border workers; drive a vehicle used to transport goods; perform international road transport or combined transport, passing through the territory of Poland a) for the purpose of taking a period of rest, b) after passing a period of rest abroad or rest from work; are schoolchildren and students studying in Poland; are resident in one of the EU, EEA and Swiss member states (or their spouses and children), and for transit purposes need to cross into the territory of the Republic of Poland to the place of residence.

Regarding the current regime for Albanian citizens, the Polish government is currently working on new regulations to expand the categories of persons who can enter Poland from Albania, adds the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.



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