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Phone: + 4131 / 352-63-53,  352-63-55 Directions/Map
Phone: + 4131 / 352-63-54 Jurisdiction
Fax:      + 4131 / 351-44-74 Honorary Consulates
E-mail: info@ambasadasrbije.ch (not for consular information!)  
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IMPORTANT       

Conditions for traveling to Serbia, 11.11.2020

CORONAVIRUS: Press releases by the Swiss Federal Council, 02.07.2020.

Masks compulsory on public transport; quarantine for travellers from high-risk regions; lifting of certain entry restrictions from 20 July. click HERE

Maskenpflicht im öffentlichen Verkehr, Quarantäne für Einreisende aus Risikogebieten, Aufhebung gewisser Einreisebeschränkungen ab dem 20. Juli.  LINK

 

THE SWISS CONFEDERATION ANNOUNCED CHANGES ON CURRENT ENTRY REGIME, 25.06.2020

Touristic entry into is banned for citizens of R. Serbia until further notice.
The Swiss Confederation has made a decision to abolish the entry restriction for workers and pensioners, who come from third countries, including Serbia, from July 6, 2020.

This decision is valid for all employed persons, persons who are entitled to a pension in Switzerland, those who have applied for a certain job, persons coming to language courses, additional education, further training, professional training, student exchanges etc.
 

                    

IMPORTANT!  22 May, 2020
 

THE TEMPORARY BAN ON ENTRY INTO THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA HAS BEEN ABOLISHED

The Government of the Republic of Serbia passed the Decision on termination of the Decision on closing all border crossings for entry into the Republic of Serbia, as well as the Decision on amendments to the Decision on declaring the disease COVID - 19 caused by SARS-CoV-2 infectious disease.

With the mentioned decisions, which entry into force today, 22 May, 2020, all border crossings of the Republic of Serbia have been opened and from today function in the usual regime for all categories of Serbian and foreign citizens.

Epidemiological measures for all categories of Serbian and foreign citizens have been abolished. Instead of previous measures (home isolation and the obligation to have a negative PCR test), passengers will be given a written notice, during passport control - a health warning about the measures to be followed to prevent the spread infectious diseases of COVID-19.
 

PRENDRE UN RENDEZ-VOUS POUR PASSEPORT
Veuillez noter que, à partir du 3 juin 2019, vous devez prendre rendez-vous afin de demander un nouveau passeport biométrique de la République de Serbie. Les rendez-vous peuvent être pris chaque jour ouvrable du lundi au vendredi (sauf les jours fériés) de 09 à 16 heures, au numéro de téléphone suivant + 41 (0)31 352 6353.


BOOKING AN APPOINTMENT FOR PASSPORT
Please be advised that, starting from 3. June 2019, you are required to make an appointment in order to apply for a new biometric passport of the Republic of Serbia. Appointments can be booked each working day, from Monday to Friday (except on holidays) from 09-16 h, on the following telephone number: + 41 (0)31 352 6353.


 
 
 
Opening of the Book of condolences following the repose of His Holiness the Archbishop of Peć, Metropolitan of Belgrade and Karlovci, and Serbian Patriarch Irinej

Following the repose of His Holiness the Archbishop of Peć, Metropolitan of Belgrade and Karlovci, and Serbian Patriarch Irinej, the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in the Swiss Confederation will open a Book of condolences (Seminarstrasse 5, 3006 Bern) from Monday, November 23, 2020 at 14.00hrs to 16.00hrs to Tuesday 24, 2020 at 13.00hrs to 15.00hrs.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation, messages of condolence may also be sent to the e-mail  info@ambasadasrbije.ch at any time, or by post (Seminarstrasse 5, 3006 Bern).

 


PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE SWISS CONFEDERATION IZABELLE MORET PAID AN OFFICIAL VISIT TO REPUBLIC OF SERBIA

The President of the National Council of the Federal Assembly of Switzerland, Ms. Isabelle Moret, paid an official visit to Serbia 7-9 November 2020. On that occasion, she met with President of the Republic of Serbia, Mr. Aleksandar Vučić, Speaker of the National Assembly Mr. Ivica Dačić, Prime Minister Ms. Ana Brnabić and Minister of Finance Mr. Siniša Mali.
The president of the National Council Ms. More pointed out that Switzerland will continue to help Serbia through the financing of projects, for which it currently allocates 20 million EUR a year, pointing out that it visited Niš and Paraćin on that occasion.
The main discussion topics were the situation in the region, especially the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, Serbia's European path, as well as the strengthening of parliamentary cooperation between Serbia and Switzerland.

 

 


OFFICIAL VISIT OF THE MAYOR OF BELGRADE PROF. DR. ZORAN RADOJIČIĆ ТО BERN, 09.10.2020.

The Mayor of Belgrade prof. Dr. Radojičić paid an official visit to Switzerland to participate in the first Forum of Mayors 2020 in Geneva. On this occasion, he made a visit to Bern and met with Mayor Alec von Graffenried.
       The mayors pointed out the good cooperation and friendly relations between two cities, which were formalized by the signing of the Agreement on Cooperation and Friendship between Belgrade and Bern in 2016. They analyzed the points of this agreement and their realization, as well as the potentials for improving further cooperation between the two cities.
       The topic of conversation was also the development of the concept of a green and smart city, where the experiences of Bern are valuable to Belgrade, especially in the field of infrastructure and environmental protection. A return visit of the delegation of the city of Bern to Belgrade was also agreed.
       On the same day, our delegation led by Mayor Mr. Radojičić visited the „Forsthaus energy center“ in Bern, in order to get acquainted with the waste incineration system, which reduces the emission of harmful gases in the city. The visit to this combined power plant is of great importance for the further development of Belgrade in accordance with the concept of a smart and an ecological city, which implies sustainable production and rational use of electricity.

http://www.beograd.rs/lat/beoinfo/1776820-radojicic-sa-gradonacelnikom-berna-o-razvoju-zelenog-i-pametnog-grada/


 


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