Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic is convinced that Serbia will return to normality in June, saying that the government would like the anti-epidemic measures to be suspended on World Music Day, celebrated on June 21.
Brnabic told Pink TV in the evening on May 23, that the date was suggested by the event industry. The fact that only 12 percent of the citizens under 30 have been vaccinated, she added, is the reason for concern.
The prime minister also announced the arrival of another 104,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on May 24, expressing her belief that the digital vaccine passports and all the vaccines the Serbian citizens have been immunized with will be recognized by all countries.
“I believe that even the Chinese vaccine will be accepted in the [the rest of the] EU, just like it has been accepted by Greece, Hungary, and Spain too; [we are also] negotiating with Israel… We are either the first or the second country to start using the digital [vaccine] passports, and I expect that everyone will recognize their validity,” the prime minister concluded.