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NOTICE REGARDING VACCINATION IN SERBIA

April 9, 2021

The Embassy wishes to inform all foreign citizens (without residence permit in Serbia) that it is not possible for foreign citizens to get vaccinated in the Republic of Serbia.

The Republic of Serbia is currently focused on the vaccination of its own citizens, and as until now in the further we will continue to help all our friend and neighbor countries in this fight against the Covid 19.

Based on a large number of applications, we inform foreign citizens who have expressed their interest in vaccination in Serbia through e-Government, that without receiving an invitation and confirmation with the date and location for vaccination, they should not come to the checkpoints alone because they will not be accepted.

If the possibility for vaccination of foreign citizens (without registered residence in Serbia) occurs in the next period, the public will be informed. 


FROM MARCH 15, HES CODE IS OBLIGATED FOR ENTRANCE TO TURKEY

Based on the decision of the Government of the Republic of Turkey, from Monday, March 15, 2021, all foreign nationals must fill out an online form within 72 hours before arriving in Turkey, which can be found at https://register.health.gov.tr/. And by filling it a person will get the so-called HES CODE. The form is available in English.

HES CODE is an electronic form of monitoring the health status of all passengers, and is also necessary for entry into all shopping centers, restaurants, cafes and other government institutions. The completed form is required to be displayed by all passengers in printed or online form at the entrance to the country and when boarding the aircraft. All airlines will require a completed form, and passengers who do not own it will not be accepted on the flight.

The measure of having a negative PCR test done in the last 72 hours remains in effect until further notice.

A vaccination certificate with any vaccine will not be accepted instead of a negative PCR test.


 
 
NOTICE REGARDING VACCINATION IN SERBIA

April 9, 2021

The Embassy wishes to inform all foreign citizens (without residence permit in Serbia) that it is not possible for foreign citizens to get vaccinated in the Republic of Serbia.

The Republic of Serbia is currently focused on the vaccination of its own citizens, and as until now in the further we will continue to help all our friend and neighbor countries in this fight against the Covid 19.

Based on a large number of applications, we inform foreign citizens who have expressed their interest in vaccination in Serbia through e-Government, that without receiving an invitation and confirmation with the date and location for vaccination, they should not come to the checkpoints alone because they will not be accepted.

If the possibility for vaccination of foreign citizens (without registered residence in Serbia) occurs in the next period, the public will be informed. 


President Vucic received letters of credence from the newly-appointed Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey

7 April 2021

President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic received letters of credence today from the newly-appointed Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey Hami Aksoy, to whom he wished success during his tenure in Belgrade.

Ambassador Aksoy conveyed cordial greetings to President Vucicextended to him by President Erdoğan. Returning the greetings, President Vucic expressed great satisfaction with the high level of bilateral relations reached between Serbia and Turkey, and especially withthe intensive political dialogue as well as enhanced economic cooperation, in an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust, by which the two countries strongly supported the stability of the entire region. In this context, he welcomed the growing interest of Turkish companies to invest in the Serbian economy, especially in the less developed parts of our country.

President Vucic pointed out that he highly appreciated the personal contribution made by President Erdoğan to the arrival of Turkish investors to Serbia.

President Vucic emphasized that he hoped that the circumstances would allow holding a session of the High-Level Cooperation Council between Serbia and Turkey soon, to whose work our country attached great importance.

The two interlocutors also discussed the results of specific joint projects, underlining projects in the field of infrastructure and theirimportance.

Source: predsednik.rs

Photo: predsednik.rs / DimitrijeGoll


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