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"Living in..." Project by Swisscommunity

18.01.2024 — Local news Canada
This year, Swisscommunity is launching a digital communication project to present the stories and experiences of Swiss nationals living abroad.

Alain Berset's speech at CINEMANIA

15.11.2023 — Press releases Canada
On November 1st, Swiss President Alain Berset gave a speech at the opening ceremony of the francophone film festival CINEMANIA in Montreal, in which Switzerland was in the spotlight.

"Aging abroad" Webinar: Banking issues

14.11.2023 — Press releases Canada
On December 13, 2023, the Consular Directorate of the FDFA, the Organization of the Swiss Abroad (OSA) and Soliswiss invite you to take part in a webinar on banking issues.

Swiss President to meet Canadian Prime Minister and sign new film co-production agreement

01.11.2023 — Press releases Canada
Swiss President Alain Berset will meet Mary Simon, Governor General of Canada, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa on Thursday. On Friday, he will sign a new co-production agreement with Minister of Canadian Heritage Pascale St-Onge and Minister of Foreign Affairs Mélanie Joly, aimed at strengthening collaboration between Switzerland and Canada in the field of film creation.

«Aging Abroad» webinar : Estate Planning

13.06.2023 — Press releases Canada
On June 13 2023, the Organisation of the Swiss Abroad (OSA) SwissCommunity, the FDFA, Soliswiss and experts invite you to take part in a webinar on the topics of aging abroad and estate planning.

Webinar: "Aging Abroad" & OASI

09.02.2023 — Local news Canada
On February 9, 2023, at 7.30 a.m. (EST), the Organisation of the Swiss Abroad (OSA) invites you to take part in a webinar on the topics of aging abroad and OASI.

SwissInTouch, Switzerland in your pocket

24.11.2022 — Article EDA
Approximately 780,000 Swiss citizens abroad currently benefit from the wide range of services provided by a global network of representations offering advice and support. The FDFA Helpline is also on hand to answer queries 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Now there's a new app that makes staying in touch even easier: SwissInTouch keeps Switzerland at your fingertips.

Coronavirus: Switzerland adapts its entry requirements for transit air travel

28.08.2020 — Press releases Europa
As of 31 August, it will no longer be possible to enter Switzerland from a high-risk country on a transit flight via a non-high-risk country. However, passengers travelling from a non-high-risk country will be able to enter Switzerland even if they have a stopover in a high-risk country, provided they do not leave the transit area of the airport. Until now, it has been possible to circumvent the entry restrictions by travelling via airports in countries not on the high-risk list.

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