TRADITIONAL WAY: You will need to have (or pull) the following wires between the switch and the fan/light:
Ground (green or bare)
Neutral (white, sometimes gray)
Hot (The switched-hot leg) for each thing you want to switch
hot wires as needed
If you don't have 2 "hot" wires available, you can wire the fan and light together so they come on together under the control of one switch.
Up in the fan, ground goes to ground, neutral goes to neutral, and each of the "switched hot" wires goes to whatever it controls. I have no idea what your black and 3 silver wires are on your fan/light, those are not standard colors in USA practice, and don't resemble any modern Euro colors either. A long time ago, Europe used black for neutral. You need to consult the installation manual for that fan/light, it will tell you what the wires do.
MODERN WAY: buy a smart switch and control module specifically made for this purpose. Wire as above, but you only need one hot wire. A control module goes up in the fan/light assembly and switches power based on what the smart switch tells it to do. In this setup:
3 wires run between fan and switch: hot, neutral and ground.
Hot, neutral and ground go through the switch - however the switch taps hot and neutral via a pigtail. And ground too. Ground goes everywhere.
In the fan assembly, neutral goes to both the fan/light and control module via a pigtail. Hot goes to the control module. Switched outputs from the control module go to the fan, light, heater wires.