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Measures for the entry of Serbian citizens and foreigners into Serbia to be abolished
As of Tuesday 3 May, all control measures and restrictions related to the COVID-19 infectious disease for the entry of passengers into the Republic of Serbia will be abolished for Serbian citizens and foreigners.

Starting from midnight, Serbian citizens and foreigners will not be required to show proof of a negative PCR test, rapid antigen test, proof of recovery from COVID-19, nor a proof of vaccination upon entering Serbia, regardless of from which country of the world they enter the Republic of Serbia.

The decision on the free entry of Serbian citizens and foreigners into Serbia has been made based on the current epidemiological situation in Serbia and is in line with decisions of majority of countries of Europe and the region.

The relevant institutions continue to monitor the development of the epidemiological situation in Serbia from hour to hour and will inform the public in a timely manner.

The recommendation to wear masks indoors remains in force, while wearing masks in health institutions is mandatory.

Covid centres, COVID-19 testing sites and vaccination sites will continue to operate as usual.

 


H.E. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Serbia to the Russian Federation Mr. Momcilo Babic

Ambassador Momcilo Babic, born in Pec (province of Kosovo and Metohija-Serbia), studied in Belgrade, where he graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, and received his master's degree in Moscow as a World Health Organization fellow at the International Faculty of Health-care. He received his doctorate in Belgrade at the Faculty of Medicine, where he specialized in social medicine and was elected researcher, and has been a professor of social medicine since 2000.
Ambassador M. Babic has performed numerous professional and social roles, including that of director of development of the Clinical Center of Serbia, City Secretary for Health in the City Assembly of Belgrade, where he initiated the government project "Beograd-zdrav grad" (Belgrade- a healthy city). For ten years, he served as the director of the Hospital Medical Centre Bezanijska kosa, was an assistant to the Health Minister of the Republic of Serbia, and the director of the National Health Insurance Fund of the Republic of Serbia. He was Council Chairman of the University of Belgrade.
He spent more than two years on study trips, especially in Russia and the USA, to leading world institutions, including Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, the state of Maryland, and Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., the Royal Caroline Institute - Stockholm, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, the Russian Medical Academy of Continuous Professional Education and the Semashko Institute in Moscow. He established cooperation with Rush University Medical College in Chicago, where for many years doctors from hospitals under his management would go to receive additional training. He established professional links with very influential Russian medical academics, such as Dr Yevgeniy Chazov and Dr Leo Bokeria, who visited the hospital where he was director.
He is the author of more than 250 scientific and professional articles published in international and domestic journals and congresses, as well as 24 professional and scientific books. In 2002, he founded and became the first president of the Medical Academic Forum, an association of academic doctors in Belgrade.
In 2012, he was awarded the title of "The Best European," by the First European House from Belgrade for his Health Development Program in Serbia. In 2021, the organization "Servare et mannere" awarded him the Peace Medal for his contribution to strengthening peace and cooperation between peoples.
He was the Serbian Ambassador to Slovakia from 2018 to 2022. He speaks English, Russian, and Slovak fluently. He has been painting for decades and mostly dedicates his works to hospitals and humanitarian purposes.
He is married to his wife Mariana and is the father of two children: Uros and Iva.


 
 
Measures for the entry of Serbian citizens and foreigners into Serbia to be abolished
As of Tuesday 3 May, all control measures and restrictions related to the COVID-19 infectious disease for the entry of passengers into the Republic of Serbia will be abolished for Serbian citizens and foreigners.

Starting from midnight, Serbian citizens and foreigners will not be required to show proof of a negative PCR test, rapid antigen test, proof of recovery from COVID-19, nor a proof of vaccination upon entering Serbia, regardless of from which country of the world they enter the Republic of Serbia.

The decision on the free entry of Serbian citizens and foreigners into Serbia has been made based on the current epidemiological situation in Serbia and is in line with decisions of majority of countries of Europe and the region.

The relevant institutions continue to monitor the development of the epidemiological situation in Serbia from hour to hour and will inform the public in a timely manner.

The recommendation to wear masks indoors remains in force, while wearing masks in health institutions is mandatory.

Covid centres, COVID-19 testing sites and vaccination sites will continue to operate as usual.

 


Belgrade to get Centre for Fourth Industrial Revolution

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic attended today in Geneva the signing of the Agreement on the Establishment of the World Economic Forum Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in Serbia, the first of its kind in the Western Balkans.
The agreement was signed at the headquarters of that forum by Director of the Office for Information Technologies and eGovernment Mihailo Jovanovic and Managing Director and Head of the Forum's Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Jeremy Jurgens.
The centre in Serbia will be the 16th in the network of centres of the World Economic Forum in the world and the first in the region of the Western Balkans.
The new centre will start operating on 1 March and will function as a non-profit organisation and a platform for public-private partnership and cooperation for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, while the focus of work will be on artificial intelligence and bioengineering.
This centre will work within the Serbian government’s Office for Information Technologies and eGovernment and will cooperate with scientific institutes, state institutions and the private sector.
The signing of this document was also attended by founder and Executive Director of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab and President of the World Economic Forum Borge Brende, with whom Brnabic had previously met.
Addressing the press, Brnabic pointed out that this agreement is the result of many years of joint work between Serbia and the World Economic Forum.
We started talking in 2018, signed a Memorandum of Understanding, then 2020 hampered us a bit, but we continued to plan in 2021 and here we are today, she said.
According to her, the centre will be focused on the development of artificial intelligence, biomedicine and biotechnology, and on the ways in which digitalisation can raise the productivity of companies and the entire economy.
This is what further leads to higher salaries, a better standard of living, as well as to an economy that is mainly based on knowledge, creativity and innovation, Brnabic emphasised.
Today, we have received great recognition for everything that Serbia has done in the field of digitalisation, development of high technologies and paradigm shift – from an economy that was based on labour-intensive investments to digital development.
That is why this agreement shows that Serbia has been recognised as one of the leaders in the economy and IT industry in the last six years, the Prime Minister pointed out and assessed that this is the announcement of the beginning of an even closer cooperation between Serbia and WEF.
She added that they will have a joint meeting with the 16 WEF centres for the fourth industrial revolution in the world every month, at which they will talk about what each of them is doing, since each has a different focus.
That is how we will hear what everyone is doing every month, learn from each other and I am sure that the centre in Belgrade will be one of the best, the Prime Minister said.
According to her, this gives us visibility, the opportunity to further establish Serbia as an investment destination, a country good for living and investing in new technologies and knowledge.
Jovanovic said that the ecosystem formed around the centre will use the infrastructure of the National Platform for the Development of Artificial Intelligence, the Centre for Genome Sequencing and the future bioeconomic centre – BIO4 Campus.
Izvor/Foto: Tanjug


"Prodexpo-2022"

On February 7, o.g. S. Caric, charge d'affaires, took part in the opening ceremony of the 29th international exhibition of food products and beverages "Prodexpo-2022", which is being held in Moscow's "Expocentre" until February 11.

Caric visited the stands of the Serbian producers and got acquainted with their offer.



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