Synopsis: Regarding this, the Indian Embassy in Belgrade, Serbia, has also released a travel alert informing all Indian visitors to Serbia from January 1, 2023, will
In the new visa guidelines of the EU visa policy, Serbia has put an end to the visa-free policy for Indians in the wake to control illegal immigrants. The visa-free travel policy for Indians to Serbia will not be valid from January 1, 2023.
Additionally, Indian Embassy has issued a travel advisory in Serbia and Belgrade has also announced that travelers that are planning to visit Serbia from January 1, 2023, require a visa to enter the country.
The Serbian government has officially ended the practice of granting all Indian passport holders visa-free entrance and stays of up to 30 days in Serbia. Prior to this change, Indian citizens with regular passports and other acceptable travel documents could enter Serbia without a visa for up to 30 days within a calendar year.
The Indian Embassy has advised Indian nationals planning to travel to Serbia on or after January 1, 2023, to apply for a visa at the Serbian Embassy in New Delhi or in their country of residency in light of the most recent development. There are many best places to travel to Serbia that are beautiful.
Indian citizens who possess a valid Schengen, UK, or US visa may still enter Serbia without a visa for a period of up to 90 days, according to the Embassy.
Be aware that as of November 20 Serbia has also ended its visa-free travel agreements with Burundi, Tunisia, and Guinea-Bissau.