Tuesday, April 20, 2021

TRAVEL TO ALBANIA WITH AN IDENTITY CARD

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From 20 January 2021, citizens of the Republic of Serbia are able to travel to the Republic of Albania also with an ID card. Furthermore, as of the same date, citizens of the Republic of Albania can enter the Republic of Serbia with an ID card.

Simplified procedure for business people when entering the Republic of Serbia

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At the initiative of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia, as of 21 January, businesspeople from the entire world, foreign and domestic citizens, who travel to our country for business reasons, can cross the border of the Republic of Serbia by a simplified procedure, which is different from the rules that apply to other travellers, reads the statement by the Chamber of Commerce. The Government of the Republic of Serbia has allowed foreign and domestic citizens, who enter our country for business reasons, to cross the border with prior notice to the Chamber, and afterwards, within 24 hours upon entering the country, to obtain and submit a negative rapid antigen test for the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus issued by a reference laboratory of the Republic of Serbia, the statement explained. "In these circumstances, when most countries introduce additional restrictions, Serbia has found a way, with the application of the epidemiological measures, to facilitate business operation..

Minister Selakovic paid homage to the relics of King Milutin in...

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Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Selakovic began his official visit to Bulgaria this morning by visiting the St. Nedelya Church in Sofia,

Selakovic and Borissov discuss political and economic cooperation

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Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Selakovic met today in Sofia with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov and discussed political, infrastructure and economic cooperation between the two states, but also the measures taken to combat Covid-19.

Serbia joins the United States in marking the Martin Luther King...

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Serbia joined the United States in marking the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Serbian Ambassador to the U.S. Marko Djuric took to Twitter to write the following on this occasion: "On this day, we remember and honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. which continues in our hearts, minds, and souls, for his words, values, and his dream are everlasting and universal for all mankind".

Contact

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Kneza Miloša 24-26, 11000 Belgrade , Republic of Serbia
Phone: (+381 – 11) 3616-333
(+381 – 11) 3068-000
Fax:     (+381 – 11) 3618-366

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Consular Affairs Department
Phone: (+381 – 11) 3068-268
E-mail: okp@mfa.rs

Press service
Phone:  (+381 – 11) 3068-664
Fax:      (+381 – 11) 3618-052
E-mail:  press@mfa.rs

Visa Policy Department
Phone: (+381 – 11) 3068-585
E-mail: ovp@mfa.rs

Migration Policy, Diaspora and Social Security Agreements Department
Phone: (+381 – 11) 3068-435
E-mail: omd@mfa.rs


 


Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic

Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic

Ivica Dacic, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs

Born in 1966, Prizren. He received his BA degree from the School of Political Science, University of Belgrade.

He served on the Delegation of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. He chaired his party’s Parliamentary Group in the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia and in the Assembly of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. From 1992 to 2004 he was delegate in the Chamber of Citizens of the Federal Assembly of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Deputy of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, 2004 to present.

He was appointed Minister of Information in the so-called transitional Government of the Republic of Serbia, October 2000 – January 2001. He became the Leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia in December 2006. He was the President of the Basketball Club Partizan Belgrade and Vice President of the Yugoslav Olympic Committee.

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, July 2008 – July 2012. He was Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, July 2012 – April 2014.

On 27 April 2014, he was appointed First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Recipient of The Best European award in 2009.

Speaks English and Russian.

Married, two children.