Serbia offers vaccination for regional businessmen, including Albania and Kosovo
The Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, CCIS released an announcement today about expanding their vaccination campaign for the business sector across to their neighboring countries.
Through a post on Twitter and their official webpage, CCIS clarified that there are 10 thousand doses available for businessmen in Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Montenegro and Northern Macedonia.
The president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Marko Čadež stated that the vaccination of the region’s businessmen will take place in the following week in Belgrade, for everyone wishing to be protected from COVID-19.
“We are one region, our economies are closely linked, and only together can we win this disease. The CCIS has organized the vaccination of a large number of our businessmen and workers so far, and now we want to help our neighbors to succeed in preserving their economies, because only in this way can the entire region move forward,” said Čadež, who is also the leader of the managerial board of the Forum of the Chamber of Investments for the Western Balkans.
According to the CCIS, the procedure will be easy.
“All it takes for companies from the region is to contact their Chambers of Commerce and Industry, which will organize the vaccination process in Belgrade with the help of the coordination of the Chamber of Commerce in Serbia,” said Čadež.
Euronews Albania is looking to find out more regarding the kind of vaccine being offered and whether or not it will be free of charge.
@cadezmarko has a message for the businesspeople in the Balkans ????????????— Privredna komora SRB (@Privrednakomora) March 24, 2021
?Please contact the Chambers of Commerce and Industry in your country regarding vaccination of you and your employees, and see you in Belgrade!#oneregiononeeconomy #westernbalkans #covid19 pic.twitter.com/p4Vnfrq9Mx