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Um die Ausbreitung von Infektionskrankheiten, die durch das COVID-19-Virus hervorgerufen werden,  zu bekämpfen, ist eine persönliche Vorsprache im Generalkonsut ab dem 16. Dezember 2020 nur nach vorheriger Terminvereinbarung für unaufschiebbare Angelegenheiten möglich 

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Ab dem 31. Dezember 2020 sind alle Personen, die auf dem Luft-oder Landweg eine Reise aus der Republik Serbien nach Deutschland planen, verpflichtet, sich 48 Stunden vor der Abreise auf das SARS-Covid-19 –Virus testen zu lassen.

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President meets the ambassadors of the EU member states accredited to Serbia and the head of the European Union Delegation


The President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić met today the ambassadors of EU Member States accredited to Serbia and the Head of the EU Delegation Sem Fabrizi in the Palace of Serbia, to talk to them about topics such as dynamics of the accession negotiations between Serbia and EU, stability in the region, regional projects, as well as the Economic and Investment Plan presented by the European Commission together with the Enlargement package.


Selakovic: There will be pressures, we will use arguments to defend the position of Serbia

4 March 2021

Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Selakovic said that Serbia could expect pressures from both Brussels and Washington concerning the issue of Kosovo and Metohija, and that Belgrade should fight and defend its position and national and state interests with arguments.

"This is not a simple task. Were there any unpleasant moments at the meetings in Berlin? There certainly were, especially when our positions differ. But that is yet another reason to come to Berlin and to discuss this. And if need be to come here time and time again", Selakovic told Tanjug news agency, at the end of his visit to Germany, in response to the question whether there was an understanding for our position and whether he expected pressure from Berlin and Washington.

Minister Selakovic addresses the German Bundestag Committee on EU Affairs

Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Selakovic launched his official visit to Berlin by addressing the German Bundestag Committee on EU Affairs where he stated that Serbia, with full membership of the EU as the foreign policy priority, remained committed to the EU-facilitated dialogue with Pristina while pointing to the lack of trust as a major problem in this process.  

Selakovic underlined that the issue of Kosovo and Metohija was a topic of utmost importance not only for Serbia, but also for preserving peace and stability in the entire region.

"I am convinced that this issue is therefore important for Germany as well, because we have witnessed that any instability in the Balkans ultimately had an impact on the German society. It is the issue of finding a lasting and sustainable solution to the issue of Kosovo and Metohija", Selakovic said.

Selakovic: Members of the Bundestang commended the results of Serbian economy

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia Nikola Selakovic stated today in Berlin that he had heard words of praise from the members of the Bundestag for the results of the Serbian economic policy, especially in the period since Aleksandar Vucic became Prime Minister until today.

"I had the opportunity to meet at several meetings with members of the Bundestag, the German parliament, people who influence policy-making. People whose role is important when it comes to Serbia's European path, but also with representatives of the German business community, those whose companies have invested capital in Serbia and thanks to whom the number of employees in German companies in Serbia today amounts to tens of thousands", Selakovic told the reporters.

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