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108-0074 Tokyo
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Phone:  + 81 /3- 3447-3571, 3447-3572 Directions/Map
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E-mail: embassy.tokyo@mfa.rs Honorary Consulates
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VISA SERVICES SUSPENSION (16 March 2020)

IMPORTANT NOTICE 

In order to protect against the introduction of infectious diseases to the territory of Serbia, FOREIGN NATIONALS АRE FOR NOW PROHIBITED FROM ENTERING THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA (excluding exceptional cases).

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Tokyo will not be accepting visa applications from foreign nationals planing to enter Republic of Serbia until further notice.


STATE OF EMERGENCY DECLARED THROUGHOUT SERBIA (16 March 2020)
President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic on 15 March chaired a meeting of the Covid-19 crisis response team and the Crisis team for eliminating the possible and harmful effects of the coronavirus on the economy. After the meeting, President Vucic declared a state of emergency throughout the Republic of Serbia. 
 
President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic, Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia Ana Brnabic and the Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Maja Gojkovic adopted a Decision on the introduction of a state of emergency in accordance with the Constitution on 16 March. The decision came into force.
 
The borders of the Republic of Serbia are closed to all foreign nationals, with the exception of diplomats accredited in Serbia and foreigners with a residence permit. SERBIAN NATIONALS ARE STRONGLY ADVISED AGAINST TRAVELLING TO SERBIA AT THIS TIME.
 
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia and foreign nationals residing in the Republic of Serbia, arriving from the Swiss Confederation, the Republic of Italy, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Romania, the Kingdom of Spain, the Federal Republic of Germany, the French Republic, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Slovenia and the Hellenic Republic will be placed under mandatory isolation for the period of 28 days.
 
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, as well as accredited diplomats and foreign nationals residing in the Republic of Serbia, who enter the Republic of Serbia from other countries will be placed under mandatory house isolation and medical monitoring for the period of 14 days.
 
Citizens will be provided with a legally binding solution upon entering the country. The implementation of the above-mentioned measures will be closely monitored and any violation will be punishable under the law. This is very important to reduce the movement of citizens, which is one of the main reasons for introducing a state of emergency in order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
 

 
 
VISA SERVICES SUSPENSION (16 March 2020)

IMPORTANT NOTICE 

In order to protect against the introduction of infectious diseases to the territory of Serbia, FOREIGN NATIONALS АRE FOR NOW PROHIBITED FROM ENTERING THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA (excluding exceptional cases).

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Tokyo will not be accepting visa applications from foreign nationals planing to enter Republic of Serbia until further notice.


STATE OF EMERGENCY DECLARED THROUGHOUT SERBIA (16 March 2020)
President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic on 15 March chaired a meeting of the Covid-19 crisis response team and the Crisis team for eliminating the possible and harmful effects of the coronavirus on the economy. After the meeting, President Vucic declared a state of emergency throughout the Republic of Serbia. 
 
President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic, Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia Ana Brnabic and the Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Maja Gojkovic adopted a Decision on the introduction of a state of emergency in accordance with the Constitution on 16 March. The decision came into force.
 
The borders of the Republic of Serbia are closed to all foreign nationals, with the exception of diplomats accredited in Serbia and foreigners with a residence permit. SERBIAN NATIONALS ARE STRONGLY ADVISED AGAINST TRAVELLING TO SERBIA AT THIS TIME.
 
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia and foreign nationals residing in the Republic of Serbia, arriving from the Swiss Confederation, the Republic of Italy, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Romania, the Kingdom of Spain, the Federal Republic of Germany, the French Republic, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Slovenia and the Hellenic Republic will be placed under mandatory isolation for the period of 28 days.
 
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, as well as accredited diplomats and foreign nationals residing in the Republic of Serbia, who enter the Republic of Serbia from other countries will be placed under mandatory house isolation and medical monitoring for the period of 14 days.
 
Citizens will be provided with a legally binding solution upon entering the country. The implementation of the above-mentioned measures will be closely monitored and any violation will be punishable under the law. This is very important to reduce the movement of citizens, which is one of the main reasons for introducing a state of emergency in order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
 

SERBIA - COVID-19: Measures adopted by the Government on 11 March 2020

The Government of the Republic of Serbia on 11 March 2020 adopted new measures and specified some of the existing ones in order to prevent the emergence and spread of the infectious disease COVID-19 and suppress it.

Temporary ban on entry into Serbia for foreign nationals coming from the People's Republic of China, the Republic of Korea and Switzerland applies exclusively to the persons coming from the Hubei Province of the People's Republic of China, the city of Daegu and the North Gyeongsang Province of the Republic of Korea and the Canton of Ticino in Switzerland.

Temporary ban on entry into Serbia for foreign nationals coming from Italy and the Islamic Republic of Iran remains in effect.

International road traffic is being diverted to major border crossings, whereas 44 smaller and occasional border crossings will be temporarily closed.
 


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