No-visa to be a game changer

With a no-visa scheme for In­di­ans, Ser­bia is all set to boost the ar­rival num­bers from In­dia, claims Vladimir Maric, Am­bas­sador of Ser­bia to In­dia.

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Vladimir Maric, Am­bassa - one of the fastest grow­ing out­bound markets in the world, and this is what they cur­rently want to lever­age. “Ser­bia is a coun­try where tourism is a sig­nif­i­cant as­pect of our econ­omy. Hav­ing main­tained very strong time of Jawa­har­lal Nehru, we are keen to work with the coun­try on a long- term ba­sis with an aim to in­creas­ing the A great step in this di­rec­tion was taken last year when Ser­bia abol­ished the visa for do not re­quire a visa of any kind—no e-visa, visa on ar­rival and ap­pli­ca­tions that need to be needs to pick up the pass­port, make the trip. That’s all that is last year, they did not even have a sep­a­rate statisti num­ber of ar­rivals was very low from here to Ser­bia. “How­ever, as of this year, we keep records for sep­a­rate group and in is a con­sid­er­able num­ber for a coun­try of our size. We only peo­ple. How­ever, the way say that we would be happy Apart from the no-visa regime, Ser­bia as a des­ti­na­tion. “We have a lot to of­fer in our cities. Bel­grade, the cap­i­tal, has been voted as one of the top tourist des­ti­na­tions in Europe. We have a very vi­brant and dy­namic night life, af­ford­able prices and How­ever, what is needed now the of­fer­ing in Ser­bia, said tourism or­gan­i­sa­tion of Ser­bia jour­nal­ists to Ser­bia in as­so­ci­a­tion with Ni­jhawan Group. Com­ment­ing on the same, Yo­geeta

Sharma - Group, said, “Re­cently, we did an ad hoc ac­tiv­ity with the national tourism or­gan­i­sa­tion of Ser­bia. The three-night four-day trip al­lowed vis­i­tors to ex­plore all the ac­tiv­i­ties and sight­see­ing which are suit­able for all the need for aware­ness among the author­ity co­or­di­nates on a reg­u­lar ba­sis with the travel they are also look­ing at in Ser­bia. “There cash­back on shoot­ing visa re­quired for the staff and crew, shoots can be planned early with­out any has­sle. The pro­duc­ers can get in touch with well since we have good pre as the tourism board will be ap­point­ing a rep­re­sen­ta­tive

Ser­bia’s abo­li­tion of visas for In­di­ans since Septem­ber 2017 means that they do not re­quire a visa of any kind—no e-visa, visa on ar­rival and ap­pli­ca­tions that need to be filled prior to the trip. As an In­dian, one only needs to pick up the pass­port, book the flight and ho­tel, and make the trip

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