The draft of the document presented by the EC states that children will not have to be subjected to PCR testing but that parents could produce other types of antigen tests for children when entering the EU.
The proposed digital green certificate is good news for Serbian citizens, because it will allow them free and safe movement in Europe, and not only for vaccinated people, but also people who produce a negative PCR test or antibody test result.
“In the draft document submitted by the EC, it is stated that different types of antigenic tests will be recognized,” Tatjana Matic, Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, told Politika daily.
According to her, Serbia will enable quick and easy administration of both PCR and antigen tests, and when digital certificates begin to be applied, free tests will also be provided.
Greek Minister of Tourism, Haris Theoharis, will come for an official visit to Serbia on March 29, when Serbia and Greece are expected to sing a joint MoU to solve the difficulties caused by the pandemic in the tourism sector. Minister Matić said that they have been talking at length with their Ministry of Digital Administration about the harmonization of digital certificates and that she believes that an agreement will be reached soon.
Greece, a very attractive summer destination for Serbian tourists, is just one of the countries with which Serbia has been negotiating and talking about entry protocols. So far, the line Ministry has also had meetings on this topic with Israeli officials.
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