Proof of a negative COVID-19 test will no longer be mandatory for travelers who wish to enter Serbia.
The proposal to reopen border crossings enabling free entry of all people to Serbia without coronavirus testing was proposed by the Serbian COVID-19 crisis response team earlier this week, and was justified with the low ratio of infection among the tested.
According to a statement by Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic on Wednesday, the government's decision was made as Europe is slowly normalizing its air traffic, saying "Serbia must not lag behind."
After the state of emergency in Serbia was abolished on May 6, Air Serbia restored commercial flights this week, with three to Zurich and two to Frankfurt.
"In addition to Zurich, London, Vienna and Frankfurt, by the end of the month we will also fly to Amsterdam and Paris, then to Ljubljana, Tivat and other cities in the region, and as of June 6 to New York," said Duncan Naysmith, chief executive officer of Air Serbia.
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