Border police subsidy for expats starts today

Border police

From today, all compatriots traveling to Kosovo with passenger vehicles will be able to obtain a free insurance policy at any of the entry border points.

This was announced by the Minister of Finance, Hekuran Murati, on Saturday of the current week. 
The subsidized policy will be valid one month from the day of issue/entry in Kosovo and "is subsidized only for non-commercial passenger vehicles, up to nine seats".

"The subsidy does not include border policies with a validity period other than that of 1 month, as well as other vehicles such as buses, trucks, motorcycles, etc. are not included. Also, the policies that are obtained at the BKS offices within the territory, and not at the border entry points, are not covered by the subsidy", Murati wrote on Facebook.

Prime Minister Albin Kurti also welcomed the border police subsidy.

"Dear compatriots, like every summer, and forever, Kosovo welcomes you with open arms and a full heart. Those of you who will come by vehicle, from Monday you can get a free insurance policy valid for one month, at any of the entry border points", wrote Kurti.

The Government of Kosovo has paid the border police for the emigrants during the summer in the past two years as well.