Serbia Attacks EU 'Vaccine Passport' Idea, Albania Keeps Silent

Serbian president Aleksandar Vučić has attacked EU proposals to issue 'vaccine passports' enabling people who had had the jab to travel freely, following EU leaders' talks last week.
The passports were "meaningless" and "anti-European", he said, because they would force people to take the drug and would create discrimination, Vučić told TV Prva Saturday quoted by EUobserver on Monday, too.
Serbia is the third country in the Continent with the highest number of vaccination which goes on with jabs taken from many suppliers including China and Russia.
Albania, which has vaccinated only 13,000 people by the end of February has not reacted on this measure.
France and Germany "were against that in the beginning, but obviously the pressure is huge." /