• China, Serbia to sign visa-free travel deal in Riga

    Subscribe to CCTV on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVcomInternational CCTV: https://goo.gl/gYT8W8 CCTV中文国际: http://goo.gl/HcZaeZ Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/cctv Instagram: http://instagram.com/cctv

    published: 07 Nov 2016
  • Travel to Serbia

    This is my first Video, please subscribe my friends :-).

    published: 02 Jun 2016
  • EU abolishes visa requirements for Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia

    PLEASE NOTE VISA LIBERALIZATION COMES INTO EFFECT AT MIDNIGHT DAY BEGINNING 19 DECEMBER 1. Wide shot of the Belgrade square 2. Medium shot of the monument on the square 3. Close up of two Serbian flags 4. Various of people walking in the street 5. Wide shot of the Belgrade airport 'Nikola Tesla' 6. Close up of the Belgrade airport sign and the Serbian flag 7. Wide shot of the departure area at the airport 8. Close up of the departure flights board 9. Wide of passengers at the passport control desk 10. Close up of the passport control sign in English and Serbian 11. Unidentifiable shot of customs officer stamping flight ticket and checking passport 12. Passenger standing at the passport control desk 13. Customs officer checking passport 14. Passengers at the passport control ...

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • More Americans With Questions on Serbia

    I have two more Americans with questions about Serbia. One guy is trying to get his Serbian girl a visa and the other guy is interested in moving to Serbia.

    published: 06 Sep 2016
  • Serbia Calls on Europe to Abolish Visas

    The German embassy in Belgrade is only one of the diplomatic missions in the Serbian capital with visa applicants queuing up outside. But this line-up is almost permanent. Serbs need visas to travel to the Schengen countries.   00.25 Schengen groups almost all the EU states, plus non-EU Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. Tamara goes through this every time she goes to visit to her boyfriend. 00.38 Tamara STOJONOVIC, in English: You have to apply with a huge amount of papers and also because the EU doesn't recognize Serbian health insurance, then you have to have an additional health insurance that it costs if you go for one month around 50 euro additional and again you have to pay for the visa which is 35 euro.   00:57 Language challenges make the process that much harder.   01.05 Miroljub...

    published: 07 Dec 2009
  • China and Serbia to sign visa-free deal in Riga

    China is expected to formalize a deal with Serbia this weekend for mutual visa-free travel for citizens of both countries for up to 30 days. The agreement’s signing will take place in the Latvian capital Riga, where Eastern and Central European leaders are meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang. CCTV’s Guy Henderson has more. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing

    published: 05 Nov 2016
  • U.S. Embassy J-1 Visa Interview Tips for my Serbian Students

    Quick tips for my Serbian students who are heading to the embassy for their j1 visa on the summer work and travel program from May 21- Oct 1st. Work and Travel Group- www.posloviamerika.com Srecno and have a great time in the USA!

    published: 06 Mar 2017
  • Sand art "SERBIA" by Kseniya Simonova - Песочная анимация "Сербия" ( Ксения Симонова)

    (по-русски ниже) This sand animation story devoted to Serbia tells about its history, dramas and fantastic love of life which is inside each Serbian. I created it after my trip to Serbia, when I truly fell in love with it. Live, Serbia! Эта песочная история рассказывает о жизни великой страны, свято хранящей свою веру, чтущую отцов и способной радоваться и петь вопреки трудностям и бедам. Я создала ее после поездки по городам и монастырям Сербии, навсегда полюбив эту страну и ее потрясающих людей! Живи, Сербия!

    published: 14 Dec 2016
  • Serbia and Bangladesh

    published: 26 Jan 2012
  • More Brits are choosing Serbia

    Serbia has enjoyed greater interest from the backpacker travel insurance holders from the UK following the relaxation of Visa laws two years ago, and the country looks set to go from strength to strength. For more updates follow us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/ColumbusDirectUK

    published: 25 Nov 2011
  • Questions about Serbia from Dominican Lady ..... Teaching in Serbia, Kragujevac, etc

    Thanks for all the support on this question series. WOW!!! I have about 6 more emails that I just received from all over. I will get to them soon. Here is this ladies email to me: "Greetings Charles, I hope this message finds you well. I have a few questions for you since you've taught in foreign countries and this would be my first time seeking employment outside of the U.S. I am now finishing up my TESOL certification course and I have a BA in English Lit. I plan on going to Serbia, particularly Kragujevac, to teach English. One of my worries is not being able to find a job over there. How were you able to? Do I contact private schools? Would working in a public school be better? How is the pay? Upon arrival is it hard to find a place to live or is that something one does before leav...

    published: 21 Jan 2014
  • Serbian Travel Tip.... Problems With Doing Laundry

    My washing machine in Novi Sad, Serbia is a Gorenje. This brand was created in the 1950s and has expanded into a company with an annual revenue of over 1 billion dollars. I wanted to show how long it took to do a load of laundry with this Gorenje washing machine.

    published: 16 Feb 2017
  • Do citizens of Serbia need a visa for Canada?

    416-962-2623 / 1-866-760-2623 http://www.immigroup.com/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4TBhB7R1CI http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp Q: Do citizens of Serbia need a visa for Canada? A: Citizens of Serbia need a visa to enter Canada. They can apply for the visa at Canada's visa office in Vienna. Re Quality and Feedback email info@immigroup.com (Please reference Research and Development) Did you catch a mistake? Are you looking for answers we don't have? Email us and we'll make a video. Have any feedback to make this even better?

    published: 14 Dec 2012
  • Americans Talking About Serbia

    Talking to my American buddy, Arthur, about Serbia. This is his 6th trip to this country and he has many more trips planned. Serbia is a country that you can't visit just once. It's addictive.

    published: 20 Feb 2017
  • Serbians board plane to Brussels after EU lifts visa restrix

    ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Various exteriors of Nikola Tesla Airport ++INTERIOR SHOTS++ 2. Various of passengers inside terminal 3. Close of woman holding passport, pan up to holder's face 4. Mid of passengers at check-in desk 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Bozidar Djelic, Deputy Prime Minister for European Union Integration: "This is a feeling of liberation for everybody here because after 18 years this is the first time we are able to travel without any visa, and as you can see we organised a group of 50 citizens who have never travelled to Europe." 6. Close of luggage, pan up to man holding passport and waving 7. Close of departure board 8. Close of billboard reading (Serbian): "Europe for Everyone" 9. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Nikola Tosic, student: "I have to say that the feeling is incredible...

    published: 23 Jul 2015
  • Lady in Ecuador Asking Questions about Serbia

    t-shirt company link-http://vojvodstvo.com/ Email from Ecuador gal: "Hello Charles Im the ecuadorian girl that commented on one of your videos. You said I could write you with my questions, thank you in advance. Im Lourdes, I'm from Ecuador, Im a latina, in the other side of the world from Serbia, Im happy that there are people like you, trying to change the sterotypes the world has about Serbia, thats why i love your channel. So, good news, since I got USA visa, i dont need Serbia visa anymore thanks to a new law they established. So now Im just concerned about customs, traditions, culture in general , of how different it would be from mine. I have asked my boyfriend but is best to have the opnion of a foreigner too. Im planning of going there from mid July until September. My reason ...

    published: 10 Mar 2015
China, Serbia to sign visa-free travel deal in Riga

China, Serbia to sign visa-free travel deal in Riga

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Travel to Serbia

Travel to Serbia

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This is my first Video, please subscribe my friends :-).
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EU abolishes visa requirements for Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia

EU abolishes visa requirements for Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia

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PLEASE NOTE VISA LIBERALIZATION COMES INTO EFFECT AT MIDNIGHT DAY BEGINNING 19 DECEMBER 1. Wide shot of the Belgrade square 2. Medium shot of the monument on the square 3. Close up of two Serbian flags 4. Various of people walking in the street 5. Wide shot of the Belgrade airport 'Nikola Tesla' 6. Close up of the Belgrade airport sign and the Serbian flag 7. Wide shot of the departure area at the airport 8. Close up of the departure flights board 9. Wide of passengers at the passport control desk 10. Close up of the passport control sign in English and Serbian 11. Unidentifiable shot of customs officer stamping flight ticket and checking passport 12. Passenger standing at the passport control desk 13. Customs officer checking passport 14. Passengers at the passport control desk. 15. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Nada, Belgrade resident: (last name unknown) "It's a good thing for young people and the others as well. A lot of them will now travel abroad and many of them will come here to visit. I think it's going to be fine." 16. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Srdjan Milojevic, Belgrade resident: "I live abroad. However, it's good because my family can come and visit me without applying for visas and without any hassle, so in that way it means a lot to me." 17. Wide of "KONTIKI" travel agency 18. People inside the travel agency 19. Various of the travel destination brochures 20. SOUNDBITE: (Serbian) Milica Zarkovic, Kontiki travel agency, public relations "Since November 30, when the final decision about visa abolition was made, we have had more people applying for short break destinations in European cities, especially now for New Year." 21. Pan travel brochures 22. Wide shot of Milica Delevic, head of the State Union's EU Integration Office 23. Close up of hands 24. SOUNDBITE: (English) Milica Delevic, Head of the State Union's EU (European Union) Integration Office: "First of all, it sends a strong signal of political acceptance, because so far it was difficult to believe for Serbian citizens that actually there is a European prospective for them, as they were somehow perceiving this visa wall as a strong signal of rejection. So this is the first signal, that, yes, we are accepted and this European prospective is true. And then, not less importantly, it supports the wishes of Serbian citizens to move freely, to travel wherever they want. If they want to see historic monuments, cultural events, to visit friends, to make new friends, to go skiing or holiday wherever. And I think it makes more sense for supporting EU integration reforms at home if you are able to see how the EU functions." 25. Wide shot of Milica Delevic in office STORYLINE: The European Union's removal of visa requirements for the citizens of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia was to come into effect as of midnight Friday but they will remain in place for citizens from the three other nations in the western Balkans. The new visa regulations will apply to the so-called Schengen zone of unfettered travel, which covers 25 EU member states, as well as three non-EU members - Iceland, Norway and Switzerland - but does not include Britain and Ireland. The move toward visa liberalisation removes one of the major irritants in relations between the 27-nation bloc and the nations of the Western Balkans. Critics said the strict visa requirements hurt the EU's own plans to integrate the region into the bloc. The lifting of the visa requirements will get rid of long queues at Western embassies, which many locals consider humiliating. In Serbia, the visa abolition represents a major boost for the pro-EU government, which has been under increasing pressure from nationalists over its close cooperation with the West. " strong signal of political acceptance." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/09eb1e432f48c7503f6557474c37dbe3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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More Americans With Questions on Serbia

More Americans With Questions on Serbia

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I have two more Americans with questions about Serbia. One guy is trying to get his Serbian girl a visa and the other guy is interested in moving to Serbia.
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Serbia Calls on Europe to Abolish Visas

Serbia Calls on Europe to Abolish Visas

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  • Updated: 07 Dec 2009
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The German embassy in Belgrade is only one of the diplomatic missions in the Serbian capital with visa applicants queuing up outside. But this line-up is almost permanent. Serbs need visas to travel to the Schengen countries.   00.25 Schengen groups almost all the EU states, plus non-EU Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. Tamara goes through this every time she goes to visit to her boyfriend. 00.38 Tamara STOJONOVIC, in English: You have to apply with a huge amount of papers and also because the EU doesn't recognize Serbian health insurance, then you have to have an additional health insurance that it costs if you go for one month around 50 euro additional and again you have to pay for the visa which is 35 euro.   00:57 Language challenges make the process that much harder.   01.05 Miroljub DJUKIC, in Serbian: My daughter has sent me a written invitation for my granddaughter's birthday party."   01.10 The European Commission has proposed that the Serbs, Montenegrins and Macedonians be allowed to travel without a visa for the EU from this coming January.   01.22 Maja and Tamara, sisters, age 25 and 28, of a new Serbian generation, grasp any chance to travel and to study abroad. One has a political science degree and the other's an economist. They have an aunt who is Italian, the sort of thing that can help with a visa; you need an invitation letter from someone in an EU member state when you apply.   01.45 Maja TRGOVČEVIĆ, Student, in English: I am lucky because I have always somebody there who can send me a letter of invitation. There are people who do not have that.   01.55 Tamara came back to Belgrade after eight years' studying and working in Italy and Belgium.   02.02 Tamara TRGOVČEVIĆ, Economist, in English: After a year in Brussels, my visa expired and I came back to Belgrade.   02.09 Tamara now has a job here. Maja is taking a masters' environmental degree.    02.12 Few of Belgrade University's students are free to travel in the EU unconditionally. Most are enrolled in International ... Distributed by Tubemogul.
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China and Serbia to sign visa-free deal in Riga

China and Serbia to sign visa-free deal in Riga

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  • Updated: 05 Nov 2016
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China is expected to formalize a deal with Serbia this weekend for mutual visa-free travel for citizens of both countries for up to 30 days. The agreement’s signing will take place in the Latvian capital Riga, where Eastern and Central European leaders are meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang. CCTV’s Guy Henderson has more. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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U.S. Embassy J-1 Visa Interview Tips for my Serbian Students

U.S. Embassy J-1 Visa Interview Tips for my Serbian Students

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  • Updated: 06 Mar 2017
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Quick tips for my Serbian students who are heading to the embassy for their j1 visa on the summer work and travel program from May 21- Oct 1st. Work and Travel Group- www.posloviamerika.com Srecno and have a great time in the USA!
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Sand art "SERBIA" by Kseniya Simonova - Песочная анимация "Сербия" ( Ксения Симонова)

Sand art "SERBIA" by Kseniya Simonova - Песочная анимация "Сербия" ( Ксения Симонова)

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(по-русски ниже) This sand animation story devoted to Serbia tells about its history, dramas and fantastic love of life which is inside each Serbian. I created it after my trip to Serbia, when I truly fell in love with it. Live, Serbia! Эта песочная история рассказывает о жизни великой страны, свято хранящей свою веру, чтущую отцов и способной радоваться и петь вопреки трудностям и бедам. Я создала ее после поездки по городам и монастырям Сербии, навсегда полюбив эту страну и ее потрясающих людей! Живи, Сербия!
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Serbia and Bangladesh

Serbia and Bangladesh

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More Brits are choosing Serbia

More Brits are choosing Serbia

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  • Updated: 25 Nov 2011
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Serbia has enjoyed greater interest from the backpacker travel insurance holders from the UK following the relaxation of Visa laws two years ago, and the country looks set to go from strength to strength. For more updates follow us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/ColumbusDirectUK
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Questions about Serbia from Dominican Lady ..... Teaching in Serbia, Kragujevac, etc

Questions about Serbia from Dominican Lady ..... Teaching in Serbia, Kragujevac, etc

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Thanks for all the support on this question series. WOW!!! I have about 6 more emails that I just received from all over. I will get to them soon. Here is this ladies email to me: "Greetings Charles, I hope this message finds you well. I have a few questions for you since you've taught in foreign countries and this would be my first time seeking employment outside of the U.S. I am now finishing up my TESOL certification course and I have a BA in English Lit. I plan on going to Serbia, particularly Kragujevac, to teach English. One of my worries is not being able to find a job over there. How were you able to? Do I contact private schools? Would working in a public school be better? How is the pay? Upon arrival is it hard to find a place to live or is that something one does before leaving? How much should I consider saving before leaving? I'm sorry I've ambushed you with questions but there are hardly others out there who aspire to teach in Serbia. Almost everyone wants to go to Asia. I've chosen Serbia because I have a close friend there and it seems like such a beautiful place. Lastly, and I'm not so sure if you'll be able to answer this but I'll give it a shot, I was born in the Dominican Republic and have a Dominican passport. I am a resident of the U.S. Do you think I'll have to acquire a visa to enter Serbia or should I just go? Thank you in advance, I love your videos and I hope you keep doing what you love! I don't mind if I get a video response. I'm simply happy to get a response. I do not mind if you use my name. I would like to clarify that I grew up in New York City, I speak English fluently but I never became a citizen. I was just wondering if lack of citizenship would be a deterrent in getting a job as an english teacher. I met my friend via a forum and now we've been talking for a few years. I want to visit him to see if I like the country before I decide whether or not I want to live there. I definitely know I want to leave the United States, that's why I'm wondering if I could make a living teaching English and live comfortably. Sincerely, **Send an email about Dominican needing visa to - consular@serbiaembusa.org ** Apartments- Here is an online site for housing in Kragujevac and other cities. You can switch it to English at the top. http://srbija-nekretnine.org/grad/nekretnine-kragujevac ** English schools in Kragujevac-www.oxford-jagodina.rs; www.abc.edu.rs; http://www.patuljak.rs/en/ I will get you more info on this ASAP!
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Serbian Travel Tip.... Problems With Doing Laundry

Serbian Travel Tip.... Problems With Doing Laundry

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My washing machine in Novi Sad, Serbia is a Gorenje. This brand was created in the 1950s and has expanded into a company with an annual revenue of over 1 billion dollars. I wanted to show how long it took to do a load of laundry with this Gorenje washing machine.
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Do citizens of Serbia need a visa for Canada?

Do citizens of Serbia need a visa for Canada?

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416-962-2623 / 1-866-760-2623 http://www.immigroup.com/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4TBhB7R1CI http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp Q: Do citizens of Serbia need a visa for Canada? A: Citizens of Serbia need a visa to enter Canada. They can apply for the visa at Canada's visa office in Vienna. Re Quality and Feedback email info@immigroup.com (Please reference Research and Development) Did you catch a mistake? Are you looking for answers we don't have? Email us and we'll make a video. Have any feedback to make this even better?
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Americans Talking About Serbia

Americans Talking About Serbia

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  • Updated: 20 Feb 2017
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Talking to my American buddy, Arthur, about Serbia. This is his 6th trip to this country and he has many more trips planned. Serbia is a country that you can't visit just once. It's addictive.
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Serbians board plane to Brussels after EU lifts visa restrix

Serbians board plane to Brussels after EU lifts visa restrix

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  • Updated: 23 Jul 2015
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++NIGHT SHOTS++ 1. Various exteriors of Nikola Tesla Airport ++INTERIOR SHOTS++ 2. Various of passengers inside terminal 3. Close of woman holding passport, pan up to holder's face 4. Mid of passengers at check-in desk 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Bozidar Djelic, Deputy Prime Minister for European Union Integration: "This is a feeling of liberation for everybody here because after 18 years this is the first time we are able to travel without any visa, and as you can see we organised a group of 50 citizens who have never travelled to Europe." 6. Close of luggage, pan up to man holding passport and waving 7. Close of departure board 8. Close of billboard reading (Serbian): "Europe for Everyone" 9. SOUNDBITE (Serbian) Nikola Tosic, student: "I have to say that the feeling is incredible. My feelings are still strong, after almost two decades, of travel without visas, and without all these long queues and waiting in front of the embassy." 10. Various of travellers in airport terminal 11. Close of traveller at passport control 12. Mid of passengers at passport control 13. Sign reading (English and Serbian): "Passport Control" 14. Various of people at passport control 15. Police officer giving out leaflets 16. Wide of departure lounge ++NIGHT SHOTS++ 17. Various of fireworks display at City Hall STORYLINE: Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia on Friday were celebrating the lifting of travel restrictions to European Union countries, marking a symbolic end to an era of isolation and instability in the troubled region. From midnight, citizens of the three countries were allowed visa-free travel throughout the EU, following a decision in Brussels earlier this month. Minutes after midnight in Belgrade, 50 Serbian citizens and the country's Deputy Prime Minister for European Union Integration, Bozidar Djelic, boarded a plane to Belgium to celebrate their new "freedom". "This is a feeling of liberation for everybody here," Djelic said before departure. Outside Belgrade's City Hill, an elaborate fireworks display was held to celebrate the move. The visa-free policy applies to the so-called Schengen zone of unfettered travel, which covers 25 EU member states, as well as three non-EU members, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland, but does not include Britain and Ireland. The change is a major boost for the region, which has sought to move closer to the European Union after years of ethnic wars in the 1990s. Travel restrictions will remain in place for Bosnia, Kosovo and Albania, but will be reviewed next year. The citizens of the former Yugoslavia had enjoyed free travel in the past, but visa requirements were introduced as the federation was breaking up in 1991 in a series of conflicts that lasted until 1999. Visa regime forced the residents to wait in long lines before EU nations' embassies for nearly 20 years. Travel agents in Serbia, Bosnia and Montenegro all have reported a surge in bookings for New Year's holidays after EU ministers announced the change earlier this month. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f60592db574cb147527c74c56835664a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Lady in Ecuador Asking Questions about Serbia

Lady in Ecuador Asking Questions about Serbia

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t-shirt company link-http://vojvodstvo.com/ Email from Ecuador gal: "Hello Charles Im the ecuadorian girl that commented on one of your videos. You said I could write you with my questions, thank you in advance. Im Lourdes, I'm from Ecuador, Im a latina, in the other side of the world from Serbia, Im happy that there are people like you, trying to change the sterotypes the world has about Serbia, thats why i love your channel. So, good news, since I got USA visa, i dont need Serbia visa anymore thanks to a new law they established. So now Im just concerned about customs, traditions, culture in general , of how different it would be from mine. I have asked my boyfriend but is best to have the opnion of a foreigner too. Im planning of going there from mid July until September. My reason for the trip is visiting my boyfriend, who is Serbian, he lives there. Long story short, we have a long distance relationship, he came last year to my country, now is my turn to go there, dont ask me why I have chosen a boyfriend so far away, I dont even know haha, but I love him, so Im excited of getting there. First Question: How many latins (latinos) are there in Serbia?. Would I deal with racism?. My skin is darker than Serbians so It would be noticed that Im no from there. I heard some awful stories about racism against ecuadorians in Italy and Spain, so Im concerned in Serbia that migth happen too. Second: I know this questions is asked a lot but, how safe is Serbia for woman?. Which parts of Belgrade, and in Serbia in general are dangerous? Third: Which places do you recommend me to visit?, Im very interested in learning about Serbian culture, history, everything Fourth: Difficult question. What can I do to get his parents to like me, how different are Serbian adults (40-60 years old) from the younger generations, is there a specific way to treat them I dont know, is there anything I shouldnt do in front of them, how conservative are they in general? Fifth: Should I buy a travel insurance? And final one: Do you know if I could study Master Degree in Psychology in English there?. Im finishing my degree in Psychology and I want to study to get the Master one. Maybe scholarships program or paid. Im interested in studying there you said education is very good and not expensive. And im even willing to learn Serbian to study there, if I can get into a scholarship program. Sorry if it is a long mail. I would be very grateful if you could answer me Thanks, take care Hope you are well :)"
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