SCC: 10,000 vaccines for businessmen from the region, an invitation for them to come to Belgrade
The Serbian Chamber of Commerce (SCC) announced that, in cooperation with the Serbian government, it organized the vaccination of several thousand domestic businessmen and employees in companies and will continue to do so, and as a new step in this initiative, SCC secured 10,000 vaccines for businessmen and employees from the region.
The President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, Marko Cadez, after a meeting with the Minister of Health of Montenegro, Doctor Jelena Borovinic Bojic, said that vaccination for businessmen and their employees from Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Northern Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo, who want to protect themselves from Covid-19, will be organized in Belgrade this weekend.
“We are one region, our economies are closely connected and only together can we defeat this pandemic. SCC has so far organized the vaccination of a large number of our businessmen and workers, and now we want to help our neighbours to succeed in preserving their economies, because only this way can the entire region move forward,” said Cadez, who is also the Chairman of the Board of Directors at Western Balkans Comoros Investment Forum.
Kosovo Chamber of Commerce REJECTED vaccination in Serbia
The President of the Chamber of Commerce of Kosovo, Berat Rukici, announced that they rejected the offer for vaccination of Kosovo businessmen in Serbia.
“As the Kosovo Chamber of Commerce, we rejected the invitation out of principle,” Rukici wrote on Facebook.