Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic spoke by phone this morning with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama and informed him that Serbia would abolish the obligatory negative PCR test for Albanian citizens entering Serbia and that the decision would be made tomorrow, January 14, Tanjug has learned.
Brnabiceva and Rama discussed current topics and joint cooperation.
The two prime ministers discussed the fight against kovid 19, but also the next steps in cooperation within the “Little Schengen” initiative.
It is planned that three new agreements will be signed in the next period.
The Prime Minister of Albania conveyed greetings for the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, to the Prime Minister, Ana Brnabić, and wished the citizens of Serbia a Happy New Year.
Yesterday, Brnabić announced that the citizens of Northern Macedonia will not need a PCR test to enter Serbia either.
– SERBIAN info (@srbininfo) January 13, 2021
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