As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, the concessionaire of Zagreb International Airport, MZLZ d.d., confirmed the above for avioradar, which covers all things related to aviation in not only the Republic of Croatia but the entire wider region.
“Regarding your request [for this information], we are able to inform you that through its internal channels and to all of the necessary addresses, on Tuesday, March the 8th, 2022, Zagreb International Airport forwarded a notice prohibiting photography and filming in the border area transition at the request of the Airport Police Station.
The notice states that pursuant to Article 21 of the Ordinance on State Border Surveillance (Official Gazette/Narodne Novine, Nos. 30/14, 43/14 and 72/17) and the request of the Pleso Airport Police Station, unauthorised photography and filming is not permitted.
At this point, we can add that the authorities will define in the coming time what conditions are needed, in order to approve possible individual requests for photography and filming [at the border crossing itself at Zagreb International Airport].”
It’s worth noting that despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, traffic for the Croatian capital coming in via Zagreb International Airport has recovered in a very encouraging way, and with coronavirus restrictions likely to be even further loosened up by the Croatian authorities in the coming days, a decent summer could be upon us.
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