Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, Tatjana Matic, said today that Serbian citizens will be able to travel to Greece under certain conditions from 14 May via North Macedonia, but that even earlier, in mid-April, they will be allowed to enter Greece via Bulgaria providing they are fully vaccinated or show an antigen test.
Matic, a guest of the k1 TV channel, said that the government is working on enabling Serbian tourists to schedule vaccination even with the help of travel agencies. Apparently, Serbian citizens will be able to travel under the same conditions to Croatia and Turkey too.
When it comes to the so-called vaccine tourism in Serbia and the large number of foreigners who want to get vaccinated in our country, Matic expressed hope that these people will motivate more the local population to get vaccinated, the Serbian government’s website reported.
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