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DEMISE OF SERBIAN PATRIARCH - CONDOLENCE BOOK

    The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Ankara  has the sad duty to inform with profound regret the sad demise of His Holiness Irinej Archbishop of Pec, Metropolitan of Belgrade-Karlovci and Serbian Patriarch on November 20, 2020.

      Condolence messages can be sent to Embassy`s email: embserank@gmail.com.


TURKEY`S NEW MEASURES AGAINST CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC

As of Friday, November 20, 2020 Turkey will start applying new measures against the pandemic. On weekends there will be partial curfew from 8pm til 10am, starting from Saturday November 21 at 8pm and finishing on Sunday November 22 at 10am and continuing on Sunday Novembwer 22 at 8pm til Monday, November 23 t 5 am.

 

Individuals age 65 and over are only allowed outside during the hours of 10am-1pm during the week. Individuals age 20 and below are only allowed outside during the hours of 1pm-4pm during the week.

Shopping malls, supermarkets, barbers, and hairdressers will only be open for service during the hours of 10am-8pm. Dining establishments such as restaurants, patisseries, cafes, and cafeterias will no longer be open for in-person dining; however, they will offer take-away or home delivery services.

The fore mentioned measures are to be applied til December 31 according to the pandemic situation.


 
 
DEMISE OF SERBIAN PATRIARCH - CONDOLENCE BOOK

    The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Ankara  has the sad duty to inform with profound regret the sad demise of His Holiness Irinej Archbishop of Pec, Metropolitan of Belgrade-Karlovci and Serbian Patriarch on November 20, 2020.

      Condolence messages can be sent to Embassy`s email: embserank@gmail.com.


TURKEY`S NEW MEASURES AGAINST CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC

As of Friday, November 20, 2020 Turkey will start applying new measures against the pandemic. On weekends there will be partial curfew from 8pm til 10am, starting from Saturday November 21 at 8pm and finishing on Sunday November 22 at 10am and continuing on Sunday Novembwer 22 at 8pm til Monday, November 23 t 5 am.

 

Individuals age 65 and over are only allowed outside during the hours of 10am-1pm during the week. Individuals age 20 and below are only allowed outside during the hours of 1pm-4pm during the week.

Shopping malls, supermarkets, barbers, and hairdressers will only be open for service during the hours of 10am-8pm. Dining establishments such as restaurants, patisseries, cafes, and cafeterias will no longer be open for in-person dining; however, they will offer take-away or home delivery services.

The fore mentioned measures are to be applied til December 31 according to the pandemic situation.


MINISTER SELAKOVIC ATTENDED MINISTERIAL MEETING OF SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES COOPERATION PROCESS

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, Nikola Selaković, participated in the informal meeting of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the countries memebers of South East European Cooperation Process. The meeting was held on November 6, 2020 in Antalya as part of the Turkish presidency of this regional initiative with the topic `Ways of Strenghtening Cooperation in Southeast Europe based on the experience of the Kovid 19 pandemic in the region `.

 

 

The meeting was an opportunity to present our position on a very current topic of the meeting, as well as to hold a trilateral multi-ministerial meeting Serbia-Turkey-BiH, as well as a series of bilateral meetings held on the sidelines.

Of particular importance was the meeting with the host, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, at which the traditional friendship was confirmed, the high level of bilateral relations was reaffirmed and the possibilities for their deepening were discussed.


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