Turkish Ambassador to Serbia, Tanju Bilgic, said in an interview that more than 10% of the Turkish population has been vaccinated and that he is confident that Serbian citizens will be able to travel to Turkey this year without having to take the PCR test.
“Turkey, like many countries, has been affected by the pandemic, but it is fighting back well. The economy grew by 1.8 percent in 2020. More than 10% of the population has been vaccinated and the mortality rate is extremely low compared to other countries,” he reported.
At the moment, a negative PCR test is required for Serbian tourists to enter Turkey.
“Our goal is to have as many tourists as possible in 2021. As I said, more than 10% of the Turkish population has been vaccinated. This means that vaccination will be completed by summer. I am sure that this year citizens of Serbia will be able to travel to Turkey without the PCR test,” Bilgic concluded.
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