If, after this week’s discussion, the European Parliament accepts the proposal of the Eurochambres, the citizens of the Western Balkans might travel, privately or on business, to the European Union as all residents of Europe during the coronavirus pandemic – with digital green certificates, whereby all the safe and efficient vaccines would be recognized, stated Marko Cadez, the president of the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia and a co-chairman of the Eurochambres’ Single Market Committee.
With the statement that the Eurochambres published on its official website and social networks ahead of tomorrow’s beginning of the discussion about Covid passports at the Parliement, titled “The Five Golden Principles for Digital Green Certificates”, the biggest European business association, according to Cadez, has supported the establishment of digital green certificates, in whose system the Western Balkans would be included as well, convinced that it will help revive European economies, enable the free movement of citizens and business people and enable an unobstructed functioning of the single market.
The president of the Eurochambres, Christoph Leitl, has invited members of the European Parliament to “do the same at this week’s voting” and forwarded, to the competent bodies of the European Parliament, the document prepared by the Eurochambres’ Single Market Committee.
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