Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on May 5 that agreements on the recognition of Serbian revaccination certificates, which will allow people to travel without delays, have been reached with Greece and Hungary.
“An agreement was reached with the governments of Greece and Hungary on the recognition of Serbian certificates issued to revaccinated citizens so that they can travel without being delayed at the border, and without having PCR or serology tests,” Vucic told Pink TV.
He added that the matter will also be negotiated with Turkey and Egypt.
The president also said that bilateral agreements pertaining to these certificates will be signed with Russia, China, Albania, North Macedonia and Montenegro. “We will try to make such agreements with other countries, too,” Vucic said.