Expatriates in Canada Say There aren’t Travel Certificates

Expatriates in Canada have told Telma that the Consulate in Toronto has informed them there aren’t travel certificates for those with passports that are not valid.

“The Consulate told us that they will have ‘most probably’ arrived by 22 February. No medium is covering this,” a viewer said in an e-mail to the TV station on Monday, asking whether the travel for those citizens that would return to the country between 12 and 22 February this month was being called into question.

Once the passports stop being valid, everyone abroad should get either a new passport or a travel certificate to manage to enter North Macedonia and cross borders. Border police officers in North Macedonia will allow everyone with documents, regardless of their type, to enter. A travel certificate costs 35 euros.