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web: http://berne.mfa.gov.rs

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TERMINVEREINBARUNG FÜR REISEPÄSSE
 

Wir möchten Sie darauf hinweisen, dass für die Beantragung eines biometrischen Reisepasses in der Botschaft der Republik Serbien in Bern, eine vorherige Terminvereinbarung erforderlich ist. Die Terminvereinbarung erfolgt an jedem Werktag, von Montag bis Freitag (ausser an Feiertagen), in der Zeit von 09-16 Uhr unter der Telefon-Nr. + 41 (0)31 352 6353.

 

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Veuillez noter que, 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, 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.

     

 
 
 
Consul Mandić visits international children’s Handball camp in Gumligen 18.07.2022.

International children's Handball camp "Nikola Portner and friends" was opened in Gumligen (next to Bern) this week. It’s a sports event of international character, named after the captain of the Swiss handball team, Nikola Portner, whose father was the famous Serbian handball player Zlatko Portner. The organizer of this camp is the non-profit sports organization "Sport NoLimit" from Lausanne, together with the Handball Academy of Switzerland.

The camp takes place from July 18th, till July 23rd, in the city sports hall. Fourth year in a row, it gathers an increasing number of children, as well as professional coaches. The camp is intended for children between the ages of 13 and 18, of whom there were more than 50 this year. The creator and manager of the camp is David Miloradović, president of the "Sport NoLimit" organization and also a successful handball coach in Switzerland, while the guest coaches are Akim Komnenić (Serbia), Slobodan Aćimov (Serbia), Nikola Marinović (Serbia), Marko Markiš (Croatia), Joel Da Silva (France), Ulf Anderson (Sweden) and Klaus Feldman (Germany).
The coaches and children were greeted at the opening by the Consul of the Republic of Serbia in Bern, Predrag Mandić, wishing them success and thanking the handball experts for responding to the organizers' call to pass on their valuable knowledge to new generations.
 


Continuation of successful economic cooperation with Switzerland 12.07.2022.

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic talked today with Director General of the Geneva Chamber of Commerce (CCIG) Vincent Subilia about the continuation of already successful cooperation, attracting new investors and the promotion of business opportunities of Serbia.


Brnabic informed her interlocutors about the good business climate in Serbia and industries which are favourable for investment, with a special emphasis of digitalisation, artificial intelligence and biotechnology.

The Prime Minister especially pointed to the advantages available to foreign investors.

She underlined that Switzerland is among the leading investors in Serbia in the field of information technologies, given that this field has a great potential for development in our country.  

Brnabic highlighted the importance of biotechnology as a promising field of cooperation with companies from Geneva.

According to her, experts from Serbia can learn a lot from their Swiss colleagues when it comes to that field, and the fact that Serbia is creating environment for development of biotechnology speaks in favour of that.

Subilia said that Serbia, as an advanced economy, can contribute significantly to the further improvement of business opportunities of companies from Geneva which want to invest and that is why his mission is to encourage the companies and help them come and do so.

The meeting in the Serbian government was also attended by Swiss Ambassador to Serbia Urs Schmid and President of the Swiss-Serbian Trade Chamber Majo Micovic.

Source/Photo: www.srbija.gov.rs 

Celebration of the church Slava of Saints Cyril and Methodius in Belp, 29.05.2022.

On Saturday and Sunday, 28.05. and 29.05.2022, the Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius in Belp celebrated its church Slava. Saints Cyril and Methodius, which are usually celebrated on 24.05. according to the Gregorian calendar, were celebrated over the weekend so that as many believers as possible could attend the ceremony. His Eminence Mr. Andrej, Bishop of Austria-Switzerland, attended the festive evening service and the performance of the Rules of Saints Cyril and Methodius on Saturday, and led the Holy Liturgy on Sunday. Priests from almost all parts of Switzerland - Bern, Zurich, Yverdon, took part in the holy services, led by the host, the parish priest of the Church Municipality in Bern, Mr. Stanko Markovic, accompanied by the church choir under the baton of conductor Nemanja Trickovic. The evening service on Saturday, as well as the liturgy on Sunday, was attended by the Consul of the Republic of Serbia in Bern, Mr. Predrag Mandic. His Excellency, the Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Swiss Confederation, Dr. Boro Bronza, also honored the event with his presence. After the liturgy, it was performed a procession around the temple, blessings of the Slava symbols and organized a rich serving for the guests and over a hundred gathered believers from several Swiss cantons and abroad.


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