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The Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Government of the Republic of Serbia has opened a special email address and a telephone line through which citizens can obtain all information from the Ministry regarding the current situation regarding coronavirus.

Questions within the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Internal Affairs can be sent to citizens by email at infokoronavirus@mup.gov.rs or by phone at 011 / 2741-580.

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