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ENTRY INTO SERBIA FOR BUSINESS REASONS From January 20, 2021, a facilitated system for entry for business reasons is in force, which allows to carry out the COVID test (RT-PCR test or an antigen test for the SARS-CoV virus). 2) directly in Serbia. In order to take advantage of this facilitated procedure or to request further information, please send

– at least 48 hours before the planned entry into Serbia – an email request to the Serbian Chamber of Commerce at [email protected], providing, in English or Serbian language, the requested data on company letterhead (For details, consult the website of the Italian Embassy in Belgrade).

The test result must be carried out within 24 hours of entering Serbia at one of the accredited Serbian laboratories listed below (link), which will carry out a rapid antigen test, and communicated to the Chamber of Commerce.

The Chamber itself will promptly inform the border police to obtain entry authorization. In the event that the person concerned does not present a negative result within 24 hours from the time of crossing the border state or if the test is positive, the Chamber will immediately inform the competent public health office.

Foreign citizens who enter Serbia for business reasons will still be able to make use of the possibility of presenting at the border the result of a negative PCR test dating back no later than 48 hours prior to entry. SERBIAN CITIZENS AND OTHER CATEGORIES See the Viaggiare Sicuri website.

Persons without one of the above documents are required to comply with the home quarantine measure of 10 days from the date of crossing the border, reporting to the territorially competent public health body within 24 hours from the time of crossing the border.

of State (via electronic application on the site).Ukraine – The Ukrainian authorities have established that, starting from 2 June 2021, all foreign citizens wishing to enter Ukraine must present one of the following documents:

– a document confirming that a complete course of vaccination against the COVID-19 with vaccines included by WHO in the list of approved for use in emergency situations; or – a SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Rapid Test (RAT) performed no more than 72 hours prior to entry;

or – a certificate of a negative PCR test result performed no more than 72 hours prior to entry. The aforementioned documents must be drawn up in English or be accompanied by an English translation. Testing or vaccination is not required for children under 12.

They must also be in possession of a health insurance policy that explicitly provides for Covid-19 coverage valid for the entire duration of their stay in the country (for details, see Viaggiare Sicuri). In the absence of an insurance policy or one of the aforementioned documents, the Ukrainian Border Authorities have the right to deny entry to the Pass to foreigners and stateless persons.

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