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Article about Belgrade

The famous Iranian magazine "Zendegi idhan" published in its last issue on two sides an article on Belgrade. In the text, along with photographs of the coast of the Sava, Ada Ciganlija, Kalemegdan, Skadarlija, Kalenic Market, describes in the best light, the sights of the capital of the Republic of Serbia.


Abolition of visas for citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Burundi

1. The Republic of Serbia has made a decision to abolish visas for citizens of the Republic of Azerbaijan, for holders of ordinary passports who can stay on the territory of the Republic of Serbia for a maximum of 90 days. The decision comes into effect on 2 June 2018.


2. The Republic of Serbia has made a decision to abolish visas for citizens of the Republic of Burundi, for holders of ordinary passports who can stay on the territory of the Republic of Serbia for a maximum of 30 days. The decision comes into effect on 2 June 2018.
 


Meeting of Ambassador with Minister of Industry, Mining and Trade of the Islamic Republic of Iran His Excellency Mr. Mohammad Shariatmadari

Iranian Minister of Industry, Mining and Trade and Co-Chairman of the Joint Committee for Economic Cooperation of Serbia and Iran received Ambassador to discuss the forthcoming Joint Committee meeting that will be held on June 20 and 21 in Belgrade. Minister Shariatmadari stressed that there is a huge room for strengthening bilateral economic relations. The most important thing is that the two sides present to each other all opportunities they have. He underlined the importance of banking cooperation and investments saying that the forthcoming Joint Committee meeting would be a good opportunity to reach agreements in the interests of the two friendly countries.
From his part, Ambassador expressed his expectation that both sides would be satisfied with the achieved results after this session of the Joint Committee.
 

 


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