Greece has reopened of Bulgaria-Greece road border crossing at Promachonas and Nymphaea, after a ministerial decision went into effect.
Greece’s reopening has already hit a major snag according to public health officials. A resurgence of COVID-19 cases could spell disaster.
Bulgarian officials have reiterated a warning on visiting Turkey. The Foreign Ministry in Sofia has warned the public to “exercise high vigilance and caution in view of increased risk of terror attacks”. Bulgarians are being advise against travelling to southeastern Turkey.
According to the President of the Association of Bulgarian Tour Operators and Travel Agents, Bayko Baikov, Bulgaria has seen a 20% decline in western European bookings. According to Baikov, tourists form Germany, Britain, and Scandinavia just aren’t aiming to travel to the country this Spring.