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Regime of entry into the Republic of Serbia

In accordance with the Decree on Measures for Prevention and Suppression of Infectious Diseases COVID-19 ("Official Gazette of RS" 151 of 15.12.2020), in order to protect against the introduction of infectious diseases into the territory of the Republic of Serbia, the following measures were adopted concerning entry into the territory of the Republic of Serbia, which are valid from January 12, 2021 untill it is necessary due to epidemiological situation:

1. For foreign citizens, regardless of which country they come from (except Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Montenegro), entry into the Republic of Serbia is allowed EXCLUSIVELY WITH A NEGATIVE RT-PCR test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus, not older than 48 hours, issued by the reference laboratory of the state from which come or from which they enter the Republic of Serbia. Passengers must be tested before traveling, because if they do not have a negative test, they will not be allowed to enter the Republic of Serbia.

Foreign citizens who are traveling to Serbia from Belgium or Luxembourg must present negativ RT-PCR test.

The obligation to have a negative RT-PCR test does NOT apply to the following categories of passengers:

- children under the age of 12, if the parent or accompanying person has a negative test

- transit through the Republic of Serbia which does not exceed 12 hours

- foreign citizens who have been granted temporary residence or permanent residence in the Republic of Serbia.

2. For citizens of the Republic of Serbia and foreign citizens with approved temporary residence or permanent residence regardless of which country they come from (except Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Montenegro) if they do not have a negative RT-PCR test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus, not older than 48 hours, issued by the reference laboratory of the state from which they come or from which they enter the Republic of Serbia, a QUARANTINE MEASURE at home will be determined, for a period of ten days.

These persons have the obligation to contact the COVID clinic or the Institute of Public Health within 24 hours of crossing the state border, via an electronic application at www.e-zdravlje.gov.rs.

The quarantine measure ceases to be valid if a citizen of the Republic of Serbia or a foreign citizen with an approved temporary residence or permanent residence receives a negative RT-PCR test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus, issued by a reference laboratory in the Republic of Serbia.

3. The Amendments to the Instruction on the Manner of Application of Restrictions on Entry into the Republic of Serbia to Persons Coming from Countries Affected by the COVID-19 Infectious Disease Epidemic of January 20, 2021, prescribes conditions for entry of domestic and foreign citizens into the Republic of Serbia for business reasons, with prior notification of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (inocovid19@pks.rs) . This category of passengers is allowed to enter the Republic of Serbia provided that they submit a negative RT-PCR test or antigen test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus, issued by the reference laboratory of the Republic of Serbia, to the Serbian Chamber of Commerce within 24 hours of crossing the state border. . The Chamber of Commerce of Serbia will submit the announcement of crossing the state border of persons from the above category without delay to the Ministry of Internal Affairs - Border Police Administration, no later than 24 hours before the expected crossing of the state border. If a person does not submit a negative RT-PCR test or antigen test for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus, within 24 hours of crossing the state border, or if the test is positive, the Serbian Chamber of Commerce shall notify competent Institute of Public Health, without delay. More information at https://pks.rs/vesti/serbia-has-opened-its-borders-for-businesspeople-from-the-world-3785


 


Sretenje - The Statehood Day

Today, the Republic of Serbia celebrates its National holiday, Sretenje - Statehood Day. Congratulations on the occasion of Serbian Statehood Day presented in a video message prepared by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia with subtitles:

In English - 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jh6idN_HKsQ&ab_channel=MFAoftheRepublicofSerbia

In French - 

https://youtu.be/PCCycrRL99I


 


 
 
On-line application for visa D

The development of the On-line application for D visa is in the final phase and after it is finished, people applying for D Visa based on employment, will be able to fill in the application electronically and attach the necessary documents and proof of payment of the consular fee. This application will facilitate the procedure of submitting the request and contribute to the efficiency of the procedure itself.


Нерадни дани у Амбасади Р. Србије у Бриселу/Neradni dani u Ambasadi R. Srbije u Briselu

Због државног празника Краљевине Белгије, Амбасада Републике Србије у Бриселу неће радити 05. априла 2021. године За хитне случајеве дежурни број Амбасаде је +3226498349.

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En raison de conge officiel de l`Ètat du Royaume de Belgique, l'Аmbassade de la République de Serbie à Bruxelles sera fermée le 5 Avril 2021 En cas d`urgence, appeler le +3226498349.

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      Due to the state holiday of the Kingdom of Belgium, The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Brussels will not work     on April 5th 2021 Number for the emergency is +3226498349.


24.03.2021 - Ambassador dr Marina Jovićević met with the Speaker of the Walloon Parliament, Jean-Claude Marcourt

On March 24, Ambassador dr Marina Jovićević met with the President of Parliament of the Wallonia, Jean-Claude Marcourt.

During the meeting, both expressed the readiness to establish direct contacts between the institutions of Serbia and Wallonia, in order to improve the parliamentary, economic, university and cultural cooperation. Having in mind that a significant percentage of Serbian citizens have traditionally lived in the Walloon region, since the period between the two world wars, the importance of the Serbian community in this area has been pointed out. The readiness for better cooperation between the universities in Wallonia and the universities in Serbia was underlined. When it comes to the business sector, the importance of biotech industry, innovation, research, agriculture, food industry and stone processing has been highlighted. The activities of companies from Wallonia, which operate in Serbia, were discussed.

The treatment in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as the vaccination process, were also considered. Ambassador Jovićević informed about the process of mass vaccination in Serbia, which is based on health, and not geopolitical ground, within which over two million people have been vaccinated so far. Support for Serbia's European path and the importance of continuing the European integration process in line with progress in meeting the set criteria were confirmed.

Photo credit: Le Parlement de Wallonie


 


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