Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic announced on April 27 that intercity transport would be re-launched on April 27.
"I expect intercity transport to be slowly reintroduced as early as next week. The danger hasn't passed. It's important that we have a little more patience, and we'll relax the measures step by step, in coordination with the cities and doctors. Intercity first, then suburban and finally city transport," Mihajlovic said at a construction site of the Belgrade beltway according to a ministry press release.
She said it would have to be seen "how the measures relaxed in the meantime are affecting the situation overall."
"As far as air traffic is concerned, Belgrade's Nikola Tesla Airport wasn't closed at any point, but there are no regular flights anywhere in Europe, and we'll be making new decisions in accordance with the epidemiological situation," Mihajlovic said, adding that the Serbian government was ready to make the calls and adopt decrees, but that medical experts would weigh in, and that medicine was above politics at this time.