Serbia gives Consent for Bosnian Doctors to help Colleagues in Novi Pazar


The Republic of Serbia has decided to give consent to doctors from Bosnia and Herzegovina who offered help to Novi Pazar, where the situation regarding the coronavirus is very difficult Klix.ba news portal reports.

This information was confirmed for Klix.ba by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of BiH Bisera Turkovic, who said that the Embassy of BiH in Belgrade was informed that medical teams from BiH will be allowed to provide assistance to colleagues in Novi Pazar.

“The message was conveyed to ambassador of BiH in Belgrade, and now we are waiting for an official written consent,” said Turkovic.

On June 30th, BiH informed Serbia through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs about its readiness to provide assistance and send two teams to Novi Pazar, but the next day Serbia thanked BiH, saying that there was no need for doctors or medical equipment, because Serbia has enough.

But in the meantime, the decision has been changed, so doctors from BiH, who applied voluntarily, will soon set off for Novi Pazar.


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