COVID-19 patients from Macedonia, Serbia and Albania will be treated in the three countries

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Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and Prime Ministers of Albania and Serbia, Edi Rama and Ana Brnabić signed on Monday a memorandum of cooperation to regulate relations between the countries in times of the COVID-19 crisis.

Under the memorandum of cooperation, the citizens of North Macedonia, Serbia and Albania will be able to cross the border without PCR tests, if a citizen who contracts COVID-19 will need hospitalization, the host state will cover the cost of treatment, health ministers and doctors from the three countries will cooperate and exchange experiences in the fight against COVID-19.

Moreover, an agreement between Albania and Serbia for free movement of their citizens with ID cards only was also signed Monday.

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