It hasn’t been officially announced by the Greek and Serbian authorities whether Greece will open its borders on May 1 or June 1, and under what conditions Serbian citizens will be able to enter.
However, Serbian nationals will probably be allowed to enter Greece if they show a certificate of vaccination, while those who have not received the vaccine will still be able to enter by undergoing a rapid antigenic test at the border, the price of which would be 10 euro.
As Aleksandar Senicic, director of the National Association of Travel Agencies of Serbia (YUTA) says there is no official confirmation about this from Greece yet, although these are the negotiated conditions.
“According to some information, a decision has been made on the vaccination certificate for EU countries, while other sources say that Greece’s position on this issue will be announced during the online fair in Berlin next week,” Senicic estimates.
Greek media say that there are still no dates for the opening of the borders and report that Greek Minister of Tourism, Harris Theocharis underlined the importance of vaccination certificates as a condition for the quickest possible start of the tourist season at the meeting of EU ministers.
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