Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, Tatjana Matic, stated that Serbian citizens can use digital vaccination certificates to enter Greece, regardless of which vaccine they receive, children over 10 years of age must do so. Antigen test. 2 countries.
Matić explained to Radiotelevizija Srbije (RTS) the procedures for waiting for citizens in the upcoming summer. He also reminded Croatia that its position is to allow it to enter the country with a vaccine certificate that can identify all vaccines. In addition, citizens who cannot be vaccinated for some reason may enter through PCR or antigen testing, while children who have not been tested enter Croatia at a different age from Greece, which is 7 years old.
According to Matic, Greece will open its border crossing points for Serbian citizens crossing North Macedonia from May 14, but it is expected that the border crossing points crossing Bulgaria may open in April.
The Serbian minister pointed out the EU’s position on the age limit for 12-year-old children, and pointed out that bilateral member states (such as Greece) have lowered the age limit for children to undergo antigen testing to 10 years old.
Greek Tourism Minister Haris Theoharis said earlier this week that after reaching an agreement with its Serbian counterparts, Greece will receive all vaccines, including China and Russia, although it has not yet been accepted within the European Union.
Matic announced that the Greeks will allow all guests who take the antigen test for their children during the tourist season to reimburse the cost, and it is likely to provide some additional services for the antigen test in the hotel.