Serbia simplifies entry procedure for business travelers
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As of January 21, businesspeople from all over the world – Serbian, as well as foreign nationals coming to Serbia on business – can enter the country under a simplified procedure that differs from the rules for other travelers, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (PKS) said, according to a report by news agency Tanjug.
At the Chamber's initiative, the Serbian government has allowed business travelers to enter Serbia without a negative coronavirus RT-PCR test not older than 48 hours and issued by a reference laboratory in their respective countries, but with prior notification to the PKS, reported state news agency Tanjug.
Within 24 hours of entering Serbia, they may submit to the PKS a negative RT-PCR or antigen test issued by the Serbian reference laboratory. The new procedure will not apply to travelers coming from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro and North Macedonia, who can, under a recent decision by the Serbian government, enter Serbia without a negative PCR test.
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