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State Department: Macedonia - Caution, June 12, 1992

Macedonia - Caution
June 12, 1992

The Department of State advises travelers to Macedonia that political and economic changes in the region make travel there difficult and potentially dangerous. Travelers entering or leaving Macedonia by its land border with Greece may experience delays. Delays may also be experienced at the Serbian-Macedonian border, especially by Americans of ethnic Albanian descent. Although private and business travelers continue to visit Macedonia without incident, a deteriorating economic situation has led to an increase in crime. Shortages of food and fuel may occur.

The U.S. does not have a diplomatic or consular mission in Macedonia. The USIA information center in Skopje is open but its staff does not perform consular work. American citizens needing information or assistance should contact the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade located at Kneza Milosa 50, telephone 645-655. U.S. citizens should register with the U.S. Embassy.

No. 92-123

This travel advisory replaces the travel advisory for Yugoslavia dated February 21, 1992, to reflect information specific to travel in Macedonia.

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