Well which one do you like better? That's the one I'd go with if I were you.
But I'm not you. So my advice is neither. Neither speaker is, in my opinion, a good choice for a VT22. I'd go with something like a vintage Altec Lansing 417. I'd save the greenbacks and creambacks for Marshall amps.
Yeah, that's a bit much to pay for a speaker. I tend to prefer clean American sounding speakers for Ampegs. But that's only my opinion. Eminence speakers are made in the U.S., so I wouldn't be surprised to see them being really expensive in Serbia as well. But I've never been there, so I can't say. If Eminence speakers are relatively cheap, what about WGS, Tone Tubby, Scumback and Weber speakers? Can you find them at a good price? Celestion makes some great speakers, indeed some of my favorites, but aren't what I'd go with if I were trying to upgrade an Ampeg. But that's, once again, only my opinion.
Are you able to try any out before you buy them? Or buy from a place with a good return policy in case you don't like them? Speakers mostly come down to personal tastes and so much of it will depend on where your personal tastes lie. You may even like greenbacks in that amp! I wouldn't, but I'm not you. And my opinion doesn't matter.
Many people on this forum LOVE the Cannabis Rex speakers for all kinds of amps. I personally hate them. They sound like someone threw a blanket over the cab to me. I struggle to get them to cut through the rest of the band and wind up having to turn up way to loud just to be heard. Still, many people complain about the speakers that I do like as sounding "ice picky", and those people tend to love the Cannabis Rex. Which one of us is right? We all are. Like I said, it's a personal choice. Think of it like color. What's your favorite color? There is no right or wrong answer, so long as you make that decision yourself. You just like the color that you like. The only way to like the wrong color, is if you like a color only because other people like it.
Back on point. If I were you, I'd figure out some way to try as many different speakers as you can with your amp, and find out which one(s) you like best. Borrow cabs from other guitarists. Test all of the ones you can find at your local music stores. If you're desperate, listen to Youtube clips, though that's no where near as good as hearing the speaker in person. With enough research, the right choice should become obvious.