Today in Portorož, the Minister of the Interior of Croatia, Davor Božinović, and his Slovenian counterpart, Aleš Hojs, discussed, among other things, current issues related to the border crossing regime at a time when the coronavism pandemic has not yet been overcome.
Both ministers after the meeting, held as part of the Brdo-Brijuni initiative, confirmed that they discussed ways to facilitate border crossings and what the introduction of digital certificates of vaccination or Covid's illness would mean. Croatia has already applied the use of such certificates that facilitate border crossings and they are applied because several EU countries have already joined the same program.
Božinović informed his Slovenian counterpart that Croatia was ready to receive such certificates from all European Union countries, and that more than 100.000 digital certificates had already been issued to Croatian citizens since the beginning of June.
So far, between 8 and 10 guests have entered Croatia with digital certificates, mostly from Poland and the Czech Republic, but also from Denmark and Germany, he added. According to Hojs, Slovenia will soon introduce such a solution with Covid certificates for its citizens, which will make it easier to cross the Croatian-Slovenian border.
Source: Croatian Government