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Greece Bans Entry to Serbian Citizens

Greece will impose a temporary ban on the entry of Serbian citizens starting on Monday at 6am, due to the rapid increase of coronavirus cases in the neighboring country.

The ban will last until July 15, and includes all entry points. Only essential travel is permitted.

Serbia declared a state of emergency in Belgrade on Friday, after a surge of cases reported in the capital.

Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić called on citizens to cancel their travel plans to Greece.

Furthermore, Greece’s alternate government spokesperson Anastasia Peloni said that the country was working with relevant authorities to analyze and constantly assess the epidemiological data in order to receive foreign visitors without compromising public health.

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  1. Milic Reply

    The Mitsotakis government collected a cheap point from the citizens. By banning Serbs from entering, they decided on 3% of tourism revenues. He will get that much, if not more, from the Central European Bank because of the problems with Covid-19. Hotels and apartment owners will be compensated, who will eventually lose. The calculation in money is clear. Serbian euros stink?! The problem is that the Greeks do not have the ability, nor the courage, to ban tourists from the EU, the UK and especially the USA, from where many greater dangers come to them. Yesterday, 8 positive ones, 2 of them SRB! We will see that we will ban the “smart” and “brave” Mitsotakis government. Will this measure reduce and increase the number of new infections? See you next year! Maybe?

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