“Serbian tourists will be allowed to enter Greece this summer without the need to produce PCR tests, lateral flow tests and other coronavirus-related documents,” Greek Tourism Minister Vassilis Kikilias said today in Belgrade.
After meeting with Serbia’s Tourism Minister Tatjana Matic, Kikillas told reporters that a meeting of tourism boards from Serbia and Greece will be held in Thessaloniki in June to discuss how to overcome the pandemic-related crisis in tourism.
“Regarding Minister Matic’s request to abolish roaming charges for Serbian tourists in Greece, we will do our best to influence mobile phone operators to abolish roaming charges or at least reduce them,” Kikillas said.
The tourism ministers of Serbia and Greece then announced the opening of the office of the Serbian Tourist Board in Athens.
This post is also available in: Italiano