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Information for people traveling to Switzerland, 8 February 2021

From 8 February 2021, persons who are allowed to enter Switzerland from Serbia must announce their arrival at the following website https://swissplf.admin.ch/home, only if they travel by airplane, bus, train or ship. All air travellers flying to Switzerland from Serbia must present a negative PCR test from the above mentioned date.

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.

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President Vučić met via video link with representatives of the IMF delegation

21st April 2021

President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić talked today via a video link with the representatives of the delegation of the International Monetary Fund led by the Head of the Mission, Jan Kees Martijn. The interlocutors concluded that Serbia's main goal remains to preserve the hard-earned reputation of a fiscally secure country, as well as to continue with a responsible fiscal policy so that public debt does not exceed 60 per cent of GDP, whereby Serbia continues to work on further economic growth.

During the conversation, President Vučić and Jan Kees Martijn especially referred to the incentive measures and adopted three packages of measures to help the economy and citizens, which preserved macroeconomic stability and even achieved a higher employment rate. Martijn commended the responsible economic policy of Serbia and the successful crisis management during the pandemic.

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Meeting with the World Health Organization Regional Director for Europe

20th April 2021

President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić met today with the Regional Director of the World Health Organisation for Europe Hans Kluge, to discuss cooperation in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as cooperation in improving health care in our country and other joint activities.

President Vučić thanked Dr Kluge for his personal engagement and support during the current pandemic, especially for technical assistance and expertise. On this occasion, he informed the WHO official about the results of immunisation in Serbia and plans on how to provide the vaccine to all citizens who want to get it.

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WHO describes immunisation process in Serbia as impressive

19 April 2021

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic talked today with World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Director for Europe Hans Kluge about the epidemiological situation and the course of immunisation of citizens in Serbia.

Brnabic expressed gratitude for the cooperation in the fight against the pandemic, technical assistance and expertise, emphasising that the support of this organisation is very important for our country.

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