Andrej Babiš, Czech Prime Minister, arrived in Belgrade on Wednesday for an official visit, including meetings with Serbia's counterpart Ana Brnabic and President Aleksandar Vucic.
Besides political talks, Babiš would visit the Belgrade Fair, the largest vaccination point in Belgrade accompanied by Brnabic and a team of Czech epidemiologists who had earlier visited Hungary to gather information about the Russian anti-coronavirus Sputnik V vaccine.
„Serbia is vaccinating its population en masse. By population average, the country is among the best in the world. It has experience with vaccines that the European Union has not approved. We are also interested in the experience with the drugs with anti-bodies said to be able to prevent complications,“ Babiš was quoted as saying ahead to the visit.