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Parliamentary elections in the Republic of Serbia

(7 March 2016) On the occasion of the Parliamentary elections in the Republic of Serbia, on April 24, 2016 more information on how to register to vote abroad and regarding registration in the electoral lists of the Republic of Serbia can be found on the following link.


The exemption of visa requirements for holders of foreign passports with the valid Schengen visa, visa of the Great Britain, as well as the visas of other countries members of European Union, or with the valid visa of USA

Holders of foreign passports with the valid Schengen visa, visa of the Great Britain, as well as the visas of other countries members of European Union, or with the valid visa of  USA, can travel to the Republic of Serbia without a visa, and stay in Serbia 90 days in the period of 6 months. Furthermore, holders of foreign passports who have residence permit in the countries of Schengen zone, countries members of European Union, or USA can travel in the Republic of Serbia without a visa, and stay in Serbia 90 days in the period of 6 months.

This regulation shall enter into force on 8 November 2014.

The regulation is not valid for holders of foreign travel documents or passports issued in accordance with international conventions.
 


 
 
Presentation of credentials of H.E. Ambassador Milan Bačević to President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly of the DPR Korea H.E. Kim Yong Nam

(Beijing, 13 November 2015) Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia H.E. Milan Bačević presented credentials to President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea H.E. Kim Yong Nam on 12. November 2015. During the meeting of Ambassador Bačević with President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly H.E. Kim Yong Nam, both sides expressed traditional friendship of the two countries and its peoples.


Presentation of credentials of H.E. Ambassador Milan Bačević to President of Pakistan H.E. Mamnoon Hussain

(Beijing, 4 November 2015) Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia H.E. Milan Bačević presented credentials to the President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan H.E. Mamnoon Hussain on 3 November 2015. During the meeting of Ambassador Bačević with the President of Pakistan, mutual readiness to promote bilateral cooperation between Serbia and Pakistan and numerous potentials to enhance economic cooperation were expressed.


Visit of the delegation of Belgrade to Beijing

(Beijing, 28 October 2015) Delegation of the city of Belgrade, headed by Mayor Siniša Mali, visited Beijing 25-27 October 2015. On that occasion, the Mayor of Belgrade met Mayor of Beijing Wang Anshun and representatives of the Beijing city commissions in charge of international cooperation, trade, administration, management and the environment, planning, urban development, culture and tourism. At a meeting the two mayors expressed their satisfaction over the development of friendly relations and cooperation between the two cities, which have marked this year 35th anniversary of the signing of the agreement on cooperation and friendship. They expressed willingness to enhance existing relationships through intensifying contacts on different levels, cooperation in areas of economy, tourism, culture, education and exchange of experience on the functioning of public administration. Mayor of Belgrade also visited the Commission for the development of tourism of the city of Beijing. During his visit, Mr. Mali had meetings with the Director-General of the Beijing Commission for trade and representatives of major Chinese companies (China Railway Group, Sinohydro Corporation Ltd, Beijing Urban Construction Group, Beijing UN Construction Group, CGC Overseas Construction Group, Beijing Construction Engineering Group).


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