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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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NECESSARY APPOINTMENT SCHEDULING FOR ALL CONSULAR SERVICES

 

Due to the new measures prescribed by the Federal Council of the Swiss Confederation, as of 18th January 2021, it is required to schedule an appointment for ALL consular services except for collecting passports and issuing laissez-passer for a corpse. This measure will be effective as of 18th January 2021 until 28th February 2021. You can schedule appointment on the phone number 031 352 6353, from 08:00AM to 04:00PM every working day. Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Bern kindly ask you to adhere to the prescribed measures. Тhank you for your understanding.

   

PRENDRE RENDEZ-VOUS POUR TOUS LES SERVICES CONSULAIRES

Conformément aux nouvelles mesures du Conseil fédéral suisse qui s’appliquent dès le 18 janvier 2021 jusqu’au 28 février 2021, il est nécessaire de prendre rendez-vous pour TOUS les services consulaires à l'exception de la récupération des passeports et de la délivrance des laissez-passer mortuaires. Vous pouvez prendre rendez-vous au numéro de téléphone 031 352 6353, tous les jours de 08h00 à 16h00. Nous vous remercions de votre compréhension et nous vous demandons de respecter les mesures prescrites.

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TERMINVEREINBARUNG NÖTIG FÜR ALLE KONSULARDIENSTLEISTUNGEN

Im Einklang mit den neuen Massnahmen des Bundesrates der Schweizerischen Eidgenossenschaft, die ab 18. Januar bis 28. Februar 2021 gelten, ist es erforderlich, einen Termin für ALLE konsularischen Dienste zu vereinbaren (Ausnahmen: Abholung des Reisepasses und Leichenpassausstellung). Termine können telefonisch (031 352 6353) während der Öffnungszeiten von Montag bis Freitag von 8 bis 16 Uhr vereinbart werden. Wir bedanken uns für Ihr Verständnis und bitten Sie um Einhaltung der vorgeschriebenen Schutzmassnahmen.

       

IMPORTANT 

MANDATORY PCR TEST FOR FOREIGNERS ENTERING SERBIA AS OF 20 DECEMBER

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia and foreign citizens who have been granted temporary or permanent residence in Serbia (except those coming to Serbia from Albania, BiH, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Montenegro) are obliged - due to the current epidemiological situation - to spend 10 days in home isolation upon arrival in Serbia, unless they have a negative PCR test, not older than 48 hours from the date of issuance of the results. Isolation can be interrupted by a negative PCR test made in Serbia. Persons coming from the United States can enter Serbia with negative FIA Rapid Antigen test, not older than 48 hours from the date of issue of the results. This measure does not apply to persons under 12 years of age and all persons transiting through Serbia, but transit must be limited to 12 hours from the moment of entry in Serbia.

Foreign citizens (except those coming to Serbia from Albania, BiH, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Montenegro) are not permitted to enter Serbia without a negative PCR test, not older than 48 hours from the date of issue of the results. Persons coming from the United States can enter Serbia with negative FIA Rapid Antigen test, not older than 48 hours from the date of issue of the results. This measure does not apply to persons under 12 years of age and all persons transiting through Serbia, but transit must be limited to 12 hours from the moment of entry in Serbia.

For more information please READ

 

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.


 
 
 
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