The border crossing of Kobila-Vitaljina between Montenegro and Croatia will be closed for all traffic on Friday, September 24, from 7 am. The border crossing will be closed due to the continuation of the reconstruction of the crossing on the Croatian side.
The Republic of Croatia has taken on the obligation to build a new, modern border crossing, according to the "Action Plan for the Improvement of the State at the Border Crossings and the fulfillment of Chapters 24 dealing with EU Operation".
The reconstruction of Vitaljina's transfer, worth 3.3 million, began last year when all traffic was suspended for six months. During this summer, the transition was temporarily opened with a ribbon in the old place, but great crowds were created.
Due to the continuation of the works, this Montenegrin-Croatian transition will be closed until the next summer season.
Certainly, it is also necessary to reconstruct the border crossing of Kobila on the Montenegrin side, but for now, there is no suggestion that Montenegro could invest its reconstruction.