North Macedonia waives tolls for Serbians heading to Greece, after help in vaccinations

North Macedonia waives tolls for Serbians heading to Greece, after help in vaccinations

The Republic of North Macedonia will allow toll-free passage to citizens of Serbia crossing the country for holidays in Greece, as a gesture of gratitude for help with the coronavirus vaccines.

From June 15 to August 15, Serbian tourists heading to Greece will receive free e-cards for tolls when driving through the country. North Macedonia will issue 200,000 e-cards, valid for a return trip as well, a savings of nearly 13 euros each way.

The gesture recognizes Serbia's role in providing North Macedonia with nearly 50,000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccines, while another 150,000 citizens of North Macedonia were able to get vaccinated in Serbia for free.

The government of Zoran Zaev has publicly expressed its gratitude for the vaccinations, during a time when it could not acquire vaccines anywhere.


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