Serbia completes preparations for visa-free travel with Türkiye


Measure to enable entry with valid biometric ID, improving movement of people and goods, says statement from Serbian gov’t

Serbia on Thursday announced that it had completed preparations to lift visa requirements for travel with Türkiye.

An expected agreement between Belgrade and Ankara will enable citizens of the two countries to “cross state borders with a valid biometric ID card to improve and facilitate the movement of people and goods,” said a statement from the government.

The measure will also facilitate a large number of mutual tourist visits, the statement added.

As a result of the friendly bilateral relations that Türkiye and Serbia enjoy, tourists and business people frequently travel between the two countries.

Türkiye’s AnadoluJet recently began flights from Ankara to Serbia’s capital Belgrade, while Turkish Airlines increased its flights from Istanbul to the Balkan city to three per day.

Serbia and Türkiye have signed numerous agreements between them to further develop relations in various fields from defense to economy.

Belgrade has also reaffirmed its intention to purchase Türkiye’s Bayraktar TB2 combat drones.



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