Albania has reopened the borders of all foreign nationals without restrictions!
Access to all foreign nationals is again allowed throughout the Republic of Albania. People traveling from the UK are required to isolate themselves at home for a period of 14 days after arrival in Albania.
Commercial flights are allowed at Tirana International Airport, which is fully operational, except for flights to or from the UK which are currently suspended.
Romanian citizens can travel between Albania and Romania, by land, transiting Northern Macedonia, Serbia and Bulgaria. But great attention to the return so that Albania is not on the yellow list of Romania.
According to the decisions taken by the Greek Government, the land border between Albania and the Hellenic Republic is open only at the Kakavija and Kapshtica crossing points.
Persons wishing to travel to Albania and opting for transit through the Hellenic Republic are required to comply with the entry conditions laid down by the Greek authorities. Additional details: http://www.mae.ro/node/51914.
The movement of goods vehicles takes place normally, both at the entrance and at the exit of the Republic of Albania. Truckers must complete an online form.
The border crossings of Tre Urat in Përmet and Qafë Botë in Saranda are closed from the Greek side. Through these points the transit is not allowed.