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Uvítací prihovor veľvyslanca

Vážení,

Vitajte na webovej stránke Veľvyslanectva Srbskej republiky v Bratislave!

Prezident Srbskej Republiky pán Aleksandar Vučić mi výnosom o menovaní do funkcie mimoriadneho a splnomocneného veľvyslanca v Slovenskej republike preukázal mimoriadnu česť a privilégium slúžiť svojej vlasti v priateľskej a nadovšetko mimoriadnej krajine a tu zastupovať politiku a stanoviská vlády Srbskej republiky.

Moja misia je relatívne jednoduchá, pretože Slováci sú Srbom veľmi blízky národ. Už takmer tri storočia žije viac než 50.000 Slovákov ako rovnoprávni občania v mojej vlasti, pričom medzi nimi mám mnoho priateľov.

Celá moja životná cesta súvisela so svetom medicíny a zdravotnej starostlivosti, pričom politika a diplomacia sú mojou láskou, ktorej som venoval veľkú energiu a vášeň, v nádeji, že azda môžem prispieť k vytvoreniu lepšieho, spravodlivejšieho sveta, a predovšetkým sveta, pre ktorý sú mier a ekonomický rozvoj najvyšším cieľom.

Slovenskej republike a národu chcem odkázať, že srbský národ si bude po stáročia pamätať ich principiálne stanovisko a vzťah k južnej srbskej provincii Kosovo a Metohia, čo znamená aj k Srbom a Srbsku. Ako niekto, kto je narodený na tom území, budem autenticky prezentovať stanoviská a iniciatívy prezidenta a vlády Srbskej republiky.

Vynasnažím sa poskytnúť príležitosť, aby slovenskej verejnosti predstavili Srbskú republiku a srbský národ Slováci, ktorí po stáročia žijú v Srbsku a so Srbmi, v presvedčení, že oni môžu podať objektívne svedectvo.

Budeme Vás informovať - verím, že poctivo a pravdivo – o aktivitách Veľvyslanectva a najdôležitejších udalostiach v našej krajine.

veľvyslanec

Prof. Dr. Momčilo Babić 


 
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Koronavirus: odporúčanie štátnym občanom Srbska v zahraničí

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V súlade s opatreniami Vlády Srbskej republiky, týkajúcimi sa zamedzenia rozširovania a potláčania nákazlivej choroby COVID-19, Ministerstvo zahraničných vecí odporúča štátnym občanom Srbskej republiky, ktorí sa zdržiavajú v zahraničí, aby všetky cesty do Srbskej republiky, ktoré nie sú nevyhnutné, oddialili na neurčito, predovšetkým ak plánujú príchod z krajín, resp.z oblastí s intenzívnym rozširovaním choroby COVID-19.

Dovoľujeme si Vás požiadať, aby ste za účelom Vášho informovania o opatreniach, ktoré sú podnikané v Srbskej republike, permanntne sledovali webovú stránku Vlády Srbskej republiky:

https://www.srbija.gov.rs/

Measures of the state of emergency in the Republic of Serbia

President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic, Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and Serbian Parliament Speaker Maja Gojkovic passed, on a March 15, 2020, a Decision on the declaration of the state of emergency, in line with the Constitution. The Decision has come into effect.

As of Monday, 16 March, the borders of the Republic of Serbia are closed for all foreign citizens, excluding the diplomatic staff accredited in Serbia and foreigners with a valid residence permit.

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, as well as accredited diplomats and foreign citizens with residence in the Republic of Serbia, who enter the Republic of Serbia, are obliged to be in self-isolation in the duration of at least 14 days, under criminal responsibility. This measure will be strictly monitored and its violation will be most severely sanctioned.

Upon entry into Serbia, citizens will be presented with a legally binding decision. The penalty for the violation of this provision is up to three years of imprisonment. This is very important in order to reduce the movement of citizens, which is one of the main reasons for declaring the state of emergency with the aim of preventing the spread of the virus COVID-19.

Regarding the citizens of the Republic of Serbia and foreign citizens with residence in the Republic of Serbia who come from the Republic of Italy, the Swiss Confederation, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Romania, the Kingdom of Spain, the Federal Republic of Germany, the French Republic, the Republic of Austria, Slovenia and the Republic of Greece, the mandatory isolation is 28 days.

The introduction of the state of emergency does not mean a complete cessation of economic activities and the work in the private and public sector. Employers are advised to organise the process of work in such a way so that everybody who can should work from home. If work from home is not possible, the process of work must be organised in such a way so as to strictly respect all hygiene and technical measures for the prevention of spread of the disease (limited number of persons in a room, use of protective masks etc).

The Serbian government is fully committed to fighting the spread of the virus COVID-19, monitors the situation in the country, region and the world minute by minute, will inform you about everything in a timely manner and will bring all the necessary decisions to protect your health.

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Bratislava will, until the end of the current situation with the spread of the corona virus, receive visa applications to a limited extent, in accordance with the above decisions of the Government of the Republic of Serbia.


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INFORMÁCIA O ZAMESTNÁVANIU ŠTÁTNYCH OBČANOV SRBSKEJ REPUBLIKY V SLOVENSKEJ REPUBLIKE


 
 
Minister I. Dacic participates in the OSCE Ministerial Council Meeting in Bratislava

Statement By First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dačić at the 26th OSCE Ministerial Council Bratislava, 5-6 December 2019

Dear Mr. Chairman, Minister Lajčak,
Excellencies,
Dear colleagues,
Ladies and gentleman,

One more year in succession is coming to an end, a year in which our Organization faced serious and accumulated problems. Despite the tireless efforts made by the Slovak and previous Chairmanships to engage participating States in a meaningful dialogue resulting in the strengthened Organization and its efficient performance, thus increasing stability in the OSCE area, this goal is still a long way off while the "Organization dynamics", let me quote Chairman Lajčak, is not what we want it to be. A good point of departure in finding a way out of this complicated situation would be for the participating States to recognize that we do not all necessarily need to share the same views on the current issues and challenges but that we need to respect our differences, demonstrate openness in approaching dialogue in good faith and seek a compromise in eliminating or at least in reducing security risks. We must not give up diplomacy because that would open the door to conflicts.

The coming year is symbolic for several reasons. We will commemorate the 75th anniversary since the end of WWII, the lessons of which must not be forgotten. Representing a country which has suffered enormous loss of life in fighting Nazism, special responsibility and commitment lies with me to emphasize that the horrors of WWII must not be repeated ever again, in any shape or form. Therefore, it is the moral duty of all of us to fight together against any attempt at relativizing WWII developments, which is unfortunately taking place even today, in the OSCE area.

In that context, the Republic of Serbia welcomes, in particular, the endorsement of the Ministerial Declaration marking the 75th anniversary since the end of WWII, which it co-sponsored.

Next year, we will also celebrate the adoption of the most important OSCE documents which not only laid the foundations of our Organization but consolidated the international order created in the post-WWII period. In addition to the commemoration of the 20th anniversary since the adoption of the Charter for European Security, next year will also mark 45 years since the adoption of the Helsinki Final Act which defined 10 core principles governing relations between the participating States, such as equality between States, respect for territorial integrity and sovereignty, inviolability of internationally recognized borders, resolution of all disputes peacefully and through mutually acceptable solutions.

I would like to briefly reflect upon the situation in the Western Balkans as well, since the countries of the region are currently bitterly disappointed not only over the slowed pace of, but a stalemate in, the EU accession process. Such a situation sends a negative message to these countries, while providing a fertile ground for the rise of radicalization and the strengthening of unilateralism in resolving common problems.

I strongly believe that only through compromise, flexibility and a readiness to appreciate the interests of others, in addition to one's own only, can we reach sustainable solutions for problems facing the region.

Despite such an approach applied by the Republic of Serbia, I have to say that the Pristina-Belgrade dialogue has been deadlocked for over a year. The Pristina politicians and their irresponsible, unilateral moves like imposing 100% tariffs on goods originating from central Serbia, have not only jeopardized the survival and rights of the Serbian community in Kosovo and Metohija, but also made it impossible to reach a compromise and sustainable solution that no side would perceive as their win or loss. With a view to reaching this kind of solution, Serbia expects the international community to exercise its influence on the new administration in Pristina and have them revoke this unilateral measure and return to the dialogue in good faith, as the only way to resolve problems existing in the Province.

Thank you!


"Jasenovac - Osviencim Balkanu" - podujatia v Košiciach a Prešove, 8. a 9. decembra 2019


Výstava obrazov insitných umelcov z Kovačice, Banská Bystrica, 4. november 2019

Vo výstavných priestoroch Stredoslovenského múzea v Banskej Bystrici bola pod záštitou Veľvyslanectva Srbskej republiky v Slovenskej republike, Ministerstva kultúry Slovenskej republiky a Banskobystrického samosprávneho kraja otvorená retrospektívna výstava srpských insitných umelcov z Kovačice pod názvom Kovačica známa aj neznáma – ľudia, ktorí rozniesli slávne meno Kovačice, Srbska a Slovenska do sveta. Výstava obsahuje práce 63 umelcov, ktorých diela sú zaradené na zoznam slovenského insitného umenia v Srbsku.

Za prítomnosti veľkého počtu predstaviteľov verejného, kultúrneho a politického života Slovenska sa k milovníkom insitného umenia obrátili veľvyslanec Srbskej republiky v Slovenskej republike Prof. Dr. Momčilo Babić, ministerka kultúry Slovenskej republiky Dr. Ľubica Laššáková, zakladateľ a majiteľ Galérie Babka v Kovačici Pavel Babka, predseda Banskobystrického samosprávneho kraja Ján Lunter a historik Predrag Marković.

 

 


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