WATCH: CGTN reporter receives China's Sinopharm vaccine in Serbia
Aljoša Milenković in Belgrade
Serbia is currently the only country in the world that offers its citizens COVID-19 vaccines from Russia, China and the west.
The first to arrive in the country was the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, although its quantities of around 20,000 a week are not enough to satisfy the needs of even the emergency services.
The first batch of Russia's Sputnik V jab is also widely available, with the next 250,000 doses expected to arrive by the end of January.
But the biggest game-changer was the arrival of 1 million doses of China's Sinopharm vaccine, which allowed the beginning of the country's mass vaccination. Serbia was the first European country to approve the use of the jab.