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Bilateral political consultations

The delegation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, headed by its Director in charge of Central and Eastern Europe Witjaksono Adji, visited Serbia from 7-8 April 2016. The Indonesian delegation had political consultations with the delegation of the Republic of Serbia, headed by Director of the Department for Asia, Australia and the Pacific Aleksandar Jankovic. These bilateral political consultations were third consultations conducted so far, focusing on a large number of topics of interest for the two countries, particularly those concerning the intensification of political dialogue, development of economic cooperation and expansion of cooperation in other areas. This time again, a high level of mutual understanding and concurrence of views was achieved between the delegations, which affirmed their mutual support of major issues of national importance.

The Indonesian delegation was received in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by Ambassador Goran Aleksic, Assistant Minister for Bilateral Cooperation. The delegation further met with Ambassador Ivan Mrkic, Foreign Policy Advisor to the President of the Republic of Serbia, and had a meeting in the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, as well. On the second day of their visit to Serbia, the delegation visited two Indonesian investment projects – the Indo Adria Factory in Indjija and the mushroom farm in Kovin.


Exemption of visa to enter Indonesia

The Government of the Republic of Indonesia has established List of 169 countries, including Serbia, exempted from requirement to obtain a visa to enter Indonesia, through the Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia of March 10, 2016.

Visa free facility can be used for tourism, family visit, art and cultural, government duty, delivering a speech or attending a seminar, international exhibition, meeting with head office, or representative office in Indonesia, or transit.

The visa free facility could not be used for working/posting or journalist visit.
 


Visa Exemption for Travelers from the Republic of Serbia to Malaysia

The visa exemption trial for travelers from the Republic of Serbia to Malaysia has been completed. In this regards, the holders of the Republic of Serbia Diplomatic, Official and Ordinary Passports will not be required visa to enter Malaysia from 1st January 2016 – 31st December 2016 for the duration of stay of 30 days, providing that they meet the requirements as follows:

1)   Passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival,

2)   On arrival, the Republic of Serbia passport holders will be required to have the ticket for return or to a third country and the bank statement or a cash amount as a proof of having reasonable financial means to stay in Malaysia.

Further, Serbian travelers to Malaysia during the visa exemption trial period will no longer be able to apply for the extension of visa i.e will be required to leave the country and then re-enter.


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