The Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in cooperation with and support of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Serbia, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to Bosnia and Herzegovina and Ministry of Health of the Republic of Serbia, has made possible for all employees of the Constitutional Court of BiH to get vaccinated in the Republic of Serbia. This was done in consideration of the epidemiological situation in BiH caused by the pandemic of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), taking heed of the warnings and recommendations by the epidemiological profession, assessing the risks to the health of the employees and need for securing unimpeded work processes of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
A first dose of the vaccines has been successfully administered to the employees of the Constitutional Court of BiH on 15 March 2021 in Užice General Hospital (Opšta bolnica Užice) (Republic of Serbia). Administration of the second dose of vaccines will be arranged at a later date in cooperation with the competent institutions of the Republic of Serbia.
The Constitutional Court of BiH expresses sincere gratitude to the colleagues from the Constitutional Court of Republic of Serbia led by the President Snežana Marković, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, Nikola Selakovć, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Aleksandar Đorđević, who have all made the vaccination of the employees of the Constitutional Court of BiH possible as a gesture of goodwill.
In addition, the Constitutional Court expresses particular gratitude to the employees of the Public Health Institute of Užice led by its Managing Director Vlatka Stevanović.