Serbian Nationals Can Travel to Albania, Montenegro and Tanzania Without a Test | Beta Briefing

Serbian Nationals Can Travel to Albania, Montenegro and Tanzania Without a Test

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News / Politics | 30.03.21 | access_time 11:36

Aleksandar Senicic(BETAPHOTO/MILAN OBRADOVIC/DS)

Serbian nationals can currently travel freely to Albania, Montenegro and Tanzania, while entry into Egypt and Turkey requires a PCR test, National Association of Travel Agencies (YUTA) Director Aleksandar Senicic said on March 30.

Senicic told public service RTS that as of mid-May citizens would be able to travel to Greece with a certificate of vaccination with any of the available jabs.

"Greece is not planning on closing its borders this season," said Senicic and added that by the start of the tourist season that country would vaccinate most of its tourism employees against the coronavirus, while those who were not vaccinated would undergo rapid antigen testing every three days.

He also said that "substitute travel" which citizens had paid for earlier would be realized as the priority, whereas people who did not use those arrangements would get their money back as of Jan. 1, 2022.

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