Government moves to abolish visas for Indonesians

The Serbian government has proposed abolishing visas for citizens of Indonesia traveling to Serbia.

Source: Beta
(Tanjug, file)
(Tanjug, file)

This would implement the principle of reciprocity, since Indonesia in 2016 abolished visas for Serbians, the government announced after its session on Friday.

The government also proposed opening honorary consulates of Serbia in Antalya, Turkey, and Perth, Australia, in order to "facilitate cooperation in the fields of culture, tourism, and economy, and attract new investments."


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