According to the travel corridor agreement, citizens and expats are required to provide evidence confirming that they received the last shot of the Covid-19 vaccine
The United Arab Emirates and Serbia have signed an agreement on a quarantine-free travel corridor for fully vaccinated people. The move is part of a joint cooperation and coordination agreement between the United Arab Emirates and Serbia to advance measures to recover from the effects of Covid-19.
The quarantine-free travel corridor will make it easier for vaccinated people to travel with vaccination certificates issued by health authorities in both countries from May 15, without the need to apply health quarantine requirements upon arrival, with other precautionary measures being taken to ensure this safe travel for everyone.
The signing ceremony, which took place virtually, was attended by Reem bint Ibrahim Al Hashemy, Minister of State for International Cooperation, and, on the Serbian side, Tatiana Mattek, Minister of Trade, Tourism and Communication.
The move reflects the determination of the leaders of both countries to facilitate the movement of people and achieve the desired goals of the vaccination campaigns that have been carried out to ensure the vaccination of all eligible community members.
According to the new rule, citizens and foreigners who wish to benefit from the quarantine-free travel corridor must show that they have received the last shot of the Covid-19 vaccine as per approved applications or certificates from their health authorities. Passengers can also use these applications to present the results of the laboratory tests / PCR.
This partnership and strategic collaboration between the two countries is vital given the challenges the world is facing due to the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.
It also supports the efforts of the two countries to fight and overcome the pandemic.