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Abolition of visas for citizens of the Republic of Indonesia who hold an ordinary passport

The Government of the Republic of Serbia has adopted the Decision on abolition of visas for citizens of the Republic of Indonesia who hold an ordinary passport, which decesion came into effect on 14 October 2017 and pursuant to which citizens of the Republic of Indonesia may enter, transit and stay on the territory of the Republic of Serbia for a total period  of un to 30 days from the date of first entery into the Republic of Serbia within a period of one year.

Citizens of the Republic of Indonesia who hold an ordinary passport and wish to undertake stadies, live, take up an employment, engage in media or other activities, are required to applay for a visas prior to entering into the territory of the Republic of Serbia.

Citizens of the Republic of Indonesia who to enter into the Republic of Serbia, but have already stayed without a visa for a total period of 30 days from the date of first entery into the Republic of Serbia within a period of one year, are required to apply for a visa for the their next entry into the Republic of Serbia.


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