Turkey to soon accept passengers with vaccination certificate: Good news for citizens of Serbia
The minister of tourism of Serbia and the ambassador of Turkey announced an exchange of diplomatic notes on mutual recognition of the certificate of vaccination against coronavirus
Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Tatjana Matic and Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey Hami Aksoy confirmed at today's meeting that diplomatic notes on mutual recognition of electronic validations of the certificate of vaccination against coronavirus will be exchanged.
According to the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, the exchange should take place in the next few days, after which the governments of Turkey and Serbia are expected to allow citizens of the other country entry with a digital vaccination certificate.
"Facilitated arrival of Turkish tourists will improve the situation in the tourism sector of the Republic of Serbia, and this is also good news for our citizens who will be able to travel to Turkey easier, bearing in mind that Turkey is one of the Serbian tourists' favorite destinations. In this way, both Serbia and Turkey can expect a significantly better summer tourist season than the previous one," said Matic.
For now, Serbian citizens can enter Turkey only with a negative PCR test. Last year, after the start of the tourist season, tourists from Serbia were able to enter Turkey without any restrictions. As President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic announced a few days ago, our state and Turkey will sign a bilateral agreement on mutual recognition of vaccination certificates.
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