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According to the decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia dated 30 September 2021, travelers who possess valid certificate of full vaccination issued by the authorities of the Republic of Finland and the Republic of Estonia, as well as those who possess a proof of recovery issued by the authorities of the Republic of Estonia, may enter Serbia without additional testing or self-isolation obligation.

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter Finland only if they are holders of Finnish resident permits or if they possess a full vaccination proof (second dose must be administered at least 1 week prior to travel). Recovery proof is recognized instead of one dose of the vaccine only if it is in the same vaccination certificate with the vaccine proof. Accepted vaccines: Comirnaty (Pfizer-BionTech), Spikevax (earlier known as Moderna), Vaxzevria (earlier known as AstraZeneca), Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), BIBP/Sinopharm, COVISHIELD, CoronaVac, Covaxin. It is mandatory to possess also a negative PCR or antigen test result, not older than 48 hours. Transit is allowed at the airports.
Exceptions: compelling family matters (birth of one’s own child, one’s own wedding, serious illness of a close relative, visit to relatives, courting relationship), pressing personal reasons (i.e. funeral of a family member or other urgent reason for which valid proofs can be presented), ownership over a property in Finland, seasonal work or work essential for the functioning of the Finnish society or supply chain (list of critical tasks:
form to justify the travel:

Finnish authorities may order a mandatory health examination, including testing, to all persons who visited countries affected by Omicron variant (B.1.1.529) 14 days prior to travel to Finland: UK, Denmark, Norway, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Eswatini (Swaziland), Mozambique, Malawi, Nigeria. Passengers may be directed to do a PCR test at the airport/border; refusal of the test might result in financial penalty or imprisonment for up to 3 months. Everyone entering Finland without a full vaccination proof (even those who possess negative results of the PCR or antigen test not older than 72 hours) are directed to do one more PCR test 3 to 5 days after arrival. They have to be in self-isolation until receiving the result of that test, or for 14 days, in case they do not do the test. Free testing can be booked at: https://www.finentry.fi/en/.

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Answers of the Finnish Border Guard (in English) to queries on the entry regime may be obtained at the phone number: +358295420100 or by sending e-mail to: rajavartiolaitos@raja.fi.

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter Estonia if they possess a proof of full vaccination, negative PCR test not older than 72 hours, antigen test not older than 48 hours, or a proof of recovery within the past 6 months.
All vaccines administered in the Republic of Serbia are accepted. Vaccination certificates must not be older than one year.
For persons who are travelling with negative tests, 10 days self-isolation is mandatory upon arrival to Estonia. Self-isolation can be shortened by testing in Estonia, earliest 6 days upon arrival.
Fully vaccinated persons do not have the obligation of self-isolation or additional testing.
All travelers must fill an electronic questionnaire available at https://iseteenindus.terviseamet.ee/, not earlier than 72 hours prior to travel to Estonia.
Further information, including special rules for children’s travel: https://vm.ee/en/information-countries-and-self-isolation-requirements-passengers .

12.11.2021 - UNESCO’s role extremely important for preservation of Serbian heritage in Kosovo and Metohija

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic stated today that severe examples of endangering the Serbian cultural, historical and spiritual heritage in Kosovo and Metohija are proof of the important role of UNESCO in protecting and preserving heritage.

25. Oct 2021. - Ambassador Obradović with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia
The Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to Finland, Saša Obradović, met with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Eva-Maria Liimets, in Tallinn.
15th October 2021 - Selaković in UNSC: Dialogue and the implementation of the agreements reached are the only right way to resolve all open issues

Distinguished President of the Security Council,

Esteemed members of the Security Council,

Distinguished Special Representative,
I would like to thank Secretary-General of the United Nations Mr. Guterres and Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of UNMIK Mr. Tanin for the report submitted and for their efforts made towards the implementation of the UNMIK mandate. I would also like to thank the members of the Security Council for the continued attention they have devoted to the issue of Kosovo and Metohija. The Republic of Serbia highly values the activities of the Mission of the United Nations in Kosovo and Metohija and supports it in carrying out its work as efficiently as possible, pursuant to the UN Security Council Resolution 1244, and undiminished in scope, aiming to build and preserve lasting peace, stability and security in the Province.

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