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We inform you that the Government of the Republic of Serbia, at the session that was held on 8th December 2017, decided to cancel visas for citizens of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau, holders of any kind of passports, for entering, transiting as well as staying on the territory of the Republic of Serbia, up to 30 days in a period of one year, starting the day of first entering the Republic of Serbia, if there are no any other nuisance according to Article II of the Law of Foreign Citizens. The decision is published in “the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia ” No: 111/2017 on 11.12.2017. The decision is entering into force on 19.12.2017.

 Citizens of the Republic of Guinea Bissau, holders of any kind of passports, who wish to enter and stay in the Republic of Serbia for a period longer then 30 days, or to study, live, work, or to deal with media activities or any other activities, they are obliged to apply for visa before they enter Republic of Serbia. In case they want to enter Republic of Serbia, and they have already stayed for 30 days without visa, from the date of entry in the Republic of Serbia in a period of one year, according to the Decision of the Government, for their next enter in the Republic of Serbia they must apply for visa.


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We inform you that the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran decided to cancel visas for citizens of the Republic of Serbia, holders of ordinary passports, for entering and staying on the territory of the Islamic Republic of Iran, up to 30 days in a period of one year. The decision came into force on 1st November  2017.


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The Governments of the Republic of Serbia and the  Kingdom of Thailand signed en agreement on abolition of visas for holders of Diplomatic and Service passports in Belgrade on the 4th of December 2015.

 

According to this Agreement, which came into force on the 8th of September 2017, citizens of two countries, holders of Diplomatic and Service passports, don’t need to apply for visas for entering, exiting and transiting as well as staying on the territory of those two countries up to 90 days, starting on the day of the first entry.


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