Cu incepere din 22 mai 2020, Serbia a anuntat ca ridica toate restrictiile si cetatenii sarbi cat si straini (deci si romani) pot intra fara nici o conditie pe teritoriul Republicii. In consecinta, se poate vizita tara fara sa fie nevoie de testare COVID-19 si nici de carantina.
Decizia surprinzatoare a Serbiei vine dupa ce tara a impus unele dintre cele mai dure masuri de distantare sociala din Europa Centrala cu perioade de carantina generala si totala in weekenduri. Spre deosebire de Romania unde industria si constructiile au ramas deschise toata perioada, Serbia si-a inchis practic economia.
Serbia a inregistrat pana acum 11,000 cazuri de infectare si 235 morti. Numarul de cazuri raportat la populatie este cu 30% mai mare decat a inregistrat Romania, dar numarul de morti este la jumatate. In ultimele zile, Serbia a inregistrat pana in 100 de cazuri noi pe zi.
Serbia s-a alaturat Bulgariei si Greciei in a-si deschide reciproc granitele cu incepere de la 1 iunie, asteptand si raspunsul Romaniei.
Compania locala Air Serbia (detinuta in proportie de 49% de compania Etihad) va reincepe maine operatiunile cu zboruri spre Frankfurt si Zurich. Air Serbia zbura spre Bucuresti inainte de izbucnirea epidemiei, dar capitala Romaniei nu se afla printre destinatiile de zbor anuntate pana pe 14 iunie. Dupa 14 iunie sa vedem. Conform site-ului TAROM, zborurile Bucuresti – Belgrad ale transportatorului roman vor incepe pe 15 iunie, dar dupa cum va dati bine seama, pot avea loc schimbari de ultima ora.
In acest moment, toti cetatenii romani care vin din Serbia sunt obligati sa se auto-carantineze pentru 14 zile. Cetatenii si rezidentii straini nu au voie sa intre in Romania cu cateva exceptii (soferi camioane, echipaj de avion, diplomati, personal medical, etc).
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Hi there 🙂
I was writting on a diferent post aswell.
I have a flight to Bucharest from Serbia on 28th june, my fiancee is Romanian and we leave there but I dont have RO residence ,you think they will alowed me to enter the country even tho we are in yellow zone?
Thanks a lot
What passport do you hold ?
Best of my knowledge, in Romania are allowed only citizens and residents of the EU / EEA / Schengen Area. Additionally, the authorities accept family members of Romanian citizens or EU / EEA / Schengen Area citizens without being EU / EEA / Schengen Area citizens.
Any citizen outside the area cannot enter Romanian teritory. Some changes might occur after July 1st when European Commission will publish a list of non-EU countries whose citizens could enter EU. However, that would be a recommendation rather than a directive. As Serbia has recorded a significant increase in the number of COVID-19 cases especially after the infamous Crvena Zvezda – Partizan match, it is unlikely that self-isolation requirement to be lifted, but, hopefully the non-EU citizens (including Serbia) might be allowed to pass the Romanian borders.
I dont mind being in isolation for 14 days,my only concern is that they will let me board the flight and enter the country.But since I m not married yet(with Ro citizen) probably they will refuse..
Anyway,thanks a lot , I will give it a try on sunday and let you know what happened.
I am quite curious, just let me know and good luck.
Most likely you will be denied boarding even from Belgrade airport.
Yes I was thinking the same
My boarding was denied ..
As they see me just like a visitor…But they were very kind to change my flight for July 1st,for free.. So lets see tomorow,HOPEFULLY they will aprove Serbia in Eu,after that i dont care they can close it again,as long as I reach my beautiful Bucharest 🙂
Thanks for all info ,you are doing a great job!
I hope the same. Problem is even if EU puts Serbia on the list for July 1st, not sure Romania will acknowledge it on the same day, it might be few days until list to be approved. Good luck and let me know how it goes.