MUTUAL VISA-FREE REGIME BETWEEN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA AND PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

On October 16, 2016, The Serbian government discussed and adopted a draft of the Agreement between the Republic of Serbia and People’s Republic of China regarding mutual visa-free regime.

The visa-free regime between the two countries represents an opportunity for citizens of the Republic of Serbia and People’s Republic of China to enter Serbia and China without a visa, for a stay that is not longer than 30 days.

Foreign Minister of the Republic of Serbia – Ivica Dačić and Chinese Ambassador in Serbia – Li Manchang, held a press conference and presented multiple opportunities that arise from this Agreement.

When the government of the People’s Republic of China discusses and adopts the Agreement, there will be no need for visas for the citizens of the two countries for a stay that is less than 30 days.

This Agreement will alead to the deepening of partnerships reached between the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of Serbia. It will lead to cooperation and economic prosperity in multiple areas of interest to the two countries and their citizens, areas such as economy, tourism, culture and cultural influences, technology, education etc.

Chinese Ambassador in Serbia – Li Manchang said at the press conference that this Agreement will be adopted and put into effect post haste, that the Agreement shows the great respect that the two countries have for one another.