When entering into the country the non-residents
Could freely bring into the country the amount that does not exceed the equivalent of 2,000 euros in foreign currency and checks and up to 20,000 denars per person.
They are obliged to declare their foreign currency and checks to the Customs authority where the total amount exceeds the equivalent of 2,000 euros, it is compulsory to receive written certificate issued by the Customs authority.
Welcome to Republic of Macedonia. In desire to facilitate your entry to the Republic of Macedonia, we would like to inform you about your rights and obligations.
Goods not to be declated
If you are Macedonian or a foreign citizen arriving from abroad, yoa are entitled to customs allowances (exemptions from duties, VAT and excise taxes) when entering Republic of Macedonia:
Passengers under 18 cannot have the tobacco or alcohol allowance.
If you are a Macedonian citizen, you are entitled to customs allowance, along with the above mentioned goods, for: sarticles you are importing occasionally for your personal use, your family use or as a gifts and their total value does not exceed 50 Euros.
Please note that 50 Euros customs allowance does not apply to tobacco products, alcohol an alcoholic beverages, perfume and toilet water in quantities exceeding the above listed.
As a part of a personal luggage can be considered the following:
Goods to be declared
Macedonian or foreign citizens must declare:
A Customs officer may ask you to show documents proving your statements/declaration (bills, licences, certificates, etc.).
For those who wish to bring domestic animals into the country the following are required:
Foreigners who wish to enter the country with their vans, minibuses, automobiles, station wagons, bicycles, motorcycles, motorbikes, sidecars, buses, motor coaches, trailers, caravans or other transport vehicles, will have to provide the following documentation:
Try to get a good map of the Republic of Macedonia and/or try to be able to read Cyrillic letters. Although most street signs are printed in Cyrillic and Latin letters it can be helpful to have a little knowledge of the Cyrillic alphabet, especially in small towns or villages.
In Case of Accident: The accident should be reported to the police. That report has to be certified by the nearest local authority. The owner should apply to the customs authority with his passport and report.
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