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Mushref area, sector W31

Al Rafee street

Villa number 06

(opposite of Novotel hotel)          



Telephone: +971 2 447 6 444

 Fax:   +971 2 447 4 411    


Е-mail: srb.emb.uae@mfa.rs




Telephone: +971 2 447 6 444

Fax:  +971 2 447 4 411

E-mail: srbdao.ae@da.mod.gov.rs

Working Hours

Monday to Friday: 09.00 to 16.00

Working hours of the Consular department*

Monday to Friday: 10.00 to 14.00 

Wedesday( 10.00 - 13.00 and 15.00 - 18.00 )

only for passports and visas for spouses of Serbian citizens, with previosly scheduled

*except on holidays


Applying for new passport and all others consular issues is  needed to be previously scheduled.

To schedule an appoitment at Consular department of the Embassy please 

send an email to consular.abudhabi@mfa.rs


To enter the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia you need to have an active Al Hosn application or a negative PCR test not older than 96h.




In accordance with the decision of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, and in light of the current situation regarding the coronavirus in the UAE, we are taking additional measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Starting on March 15, 2020 until further notice, the Consular Section of the Embassy of Serbia in Abu Dhabi is working under the special regime:

• The Consular Section will receive parties only if they have previously scheduled an appointment.

• Appointments are scheduled at least two days in advance, via email: consular.abudhabi@mfa.rs

• The Consular Section will not receive parties who have not previously scheduled an appointment      

These measures will be in force as long as the acute danger of infection lasts and until the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia puts these measures out of force. Citizens will be informed about it via the consulate's website.
You can find out about the measures taken by the Republic of Serbia in order to prevent the spread of the infection caused by the COVID-19 virus on the website of the Government of the Republic of Serbia: https://www.srbija.gov.rs/ and the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Serbia: https://covid19.rs/
The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Abu Dhabi is grateful for the understanding and cooperation. The Embassy will continue to monitor the situation regarding the coronavirus epidemic in the UAE and will return to the regular regime as soon as the situation improves.

Important -new forms

Kindly be informed that we uploaded NEW FORMS of:

1. Invitation letter - business visit

2. Ivitation letter - private visit

3. Visa application form


To download these forms, kindly go to section Consular services - Application forms.

The attack on the fuel depot near Abu Dhabi is a threat to peace and stability in the region


The attack on the fuel depot near Abu Dhabi is a threat to peace and stability in the region
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia condemns in the strongest terms the attack on the fuel depot in the industrial zone near the Abu Dhabi International Airport, which took place on Monday, 17 January. 
The Republic of Serbia considers that any form of endangering human lives is inadmissible, and that this attack is a threat to peace and stability in the region.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs extends its sincerest condolences to the families of the persons who lost their lives in this attack.
The Republic of Serbia strongly supports the efforts to resolve the crisis in the Republic of Yemen through political dialogue and by peaceful means.

Address of the President of the Republic of Serbia at the United Nations climate change conference COP26 held in Glasgow

"Your Excellences,

distinguished delegates,

dear Sarah,

At the very beginning, I feel obliged to thank Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Her Majesty’s Government for exceptional hospitality.

I feel privileged to represent the Republic of Serbia at this important place and at the highest-level world forum, in working on the most important topic of today – promoting climate awareness.

We all agree that we must make investment into climate and environment.

We all, likewise agree, that future generations must be educated in order not to repeat the mistakes we made, by hurting the only Planet that makes life possible.

I am very honoured that the Republic of Serbia is co-chairing this year’s Conference as a Non-EU representative of the Eastern Europe Group.

In concrete terms, we see the special contribution of our expert team in finalising negotiations on the implementation of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement, which refers to the establishment of the global market and non-market mechanisms for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, as well as to remaining provisions referring to advanced transparency framework and common timeframes for Nationally Determined Contributions, which are the key provisions of the Agreement that have not yet been covered by the decision that is to be adopted by the Conference, i.e. all member states.

We, therefore, believe that this is an exceptional opportunity for Serbia to give its full contribution to the finalization of negotiations, which, we hope, will secure full implementation of the Paris Agreement.

As a result of strong economic development, modelled for Serbia by 2050, the impact of the implementation of climate measures to employment will be optimal, through new jobs creation and creation of new industries which have not existed so far.

One billion euros was raised at the first green bonds auction in Serbia, which clearly confirms the trust of international investors in our green agenda, but also to the economic and political stability of our country.

Incomes from green bonds issuance will be used for financing renewables, energy efficiency, sustainable water management, prevention of pollution and circular economy development and biodiversity preservation.

And as you can see, dear friends, my people made a terrific speech for me, but I am going to add a few more words and a few more questions for those that are coming from big powers and that haven’t answered yet several questions:

Number one is: how are we going to finance all these activities?

We’ve heard the story of trillions of dollars that are at our disposal. My question would be: what would be the interest rate, what would be the terms for taking these amounts of money, and actually how are we going to tackle that issue?

Number two: how are we going to treat the nuclear power plants? Are we going to shut them all or are we going to build them more?

Then, how are we going to build more renewables if we already started endorsing populist movements against wind parks, new hydropower plants, and are we going to put in jeopardy the level of our public debt to GDP ratio if we raise huge amounts of money?

How are we going to treat natural gas, and how are we going to secure decent prices of natural gas and electricity power as well?

And, I came here using an electric car from Edinburgh to Glasgow. But, how are we going to do mining and refining of lithium, nickel, cobalt and many other very important minerals?

In the end, we all know what is our final aim, what is our final target. But, it’s not a fairytale – we’ll have to work a lot, we’ll have to be 100 per cent dedicated, and we’ll have to be more honest with each other.

The health of people living in Serbia depends directly on the implementation of this Agenda, just like the health and life of each living being on Earth depends on arrangements that will be reached here and on national implementation of the respective arrangements.

Perhaps it is the right time to listen and hear the cry of Mother Earth because if we lose this race against time, our children will inherit an irreparably polluted Planet.

Thank you very much for listening to me."


Source: www.predsednik.rs

Photo: Dimitrije Goll

President Vučić visits Dubai
2 October 2021
President Vučić visits Dubai
The President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, is staying in Dubai, where he opened the Serbian pavilion within the World Exhibition EXPO 2020.
"It is an honour to be able to present ourselves in the best way at this World Exhibition and show that Serbia, as well as the United Arab Emirates, wants future generations to be competitive with the world", said President Vučić and expressed satisfaction that this exhibition is being held exactly in Dubai, because the United Arab Emirates are celebrating 50 years of existence. He pointed out that the two countries are connected by a partnership, which is also reflected in the construction of a vaccine factory in Serbia.
President Vučić stated that joint projects contribute to the development of Serbia and give impetus to our economy, and stressed that he was especially pleased that Serbia could, in cooperation with the UAE, develop the Belgrade Waterfront project.
"I am happy that we made the pavilion in such a way that we can be proud. We have extracted the best from Serbian history and tradition, but presented it in the most modern way. We show what Serbia should look like, we show our creative industry, which represents our export of 3.5 billion dollars, and in which 127,000 people work. These are fantastic things for our Serbia and that is what we see as our chance. We have shown how we connect the economy with the most modern technologies. Events like this are a great opportunity to promote our economic cooperation. Economic prosperity is a precondition for progress", President Vučić emphasized and added that Serbia has become the fastest growing economy in our region, which has constantly growing results in attracting foreign direct investment and trade. He said that Serbia is interested in global trade, which is one of our most important priorities and why we are trying to develop other economic sectors. 
"Serbia wants to advance in innovations and the field of digitalization, as well as to cooperate with everyone, because that is the only way to develop together and reduce political tensions. We will present different economic sectors, contents, technological innovations. Our wish is to position Serbia on the list of the most powerful countries in terms of innovations", said President Vučić and expressed hope that Serbia will succeed in presenting itself through its projects and workshops in virtual reality. He singled out "Belgrade Waterfront" as one of the most important projects that put Belgrade on the list of the most important international investments.
The EXPO 2020 World Exhibition lasts until 31 March 2022, and for six months, under the slogan "Serbia creates ideas – inspired by the past, we create the future", through more than 150 different events, Serbia will present its various economic sectors, scientific content, technological innovations, creative industries and the tourist offer, with the aim of presenting itself as a modern, innovative country, attractive for the development of trade and tourism. 
On the second day of the visit, President Vučić attended the opening of the Business Centre of the Republic of Serbia within the World Exhibition EXPO 2020 and said that Serbia wants to keep the investors and that every business that businessmen bring to the country is important. He warned that Europe and the world are facing a crisis that could have unforeseeable consequences, which, when it comes to the economy, will be tougher than the corona crisis, and that is the energy crisis. 
"The biggest problem, bigger than the corona, for businessmen, for the whole of Europe and the world, is beginning to be the energy crisis, which is the biggest in the last three decades, with unforeseeable consequences. Now it can be seen that we were right. I can proudly say that we allowed gas to flow through Serbia", stated President Vučić and added that we are currently taking 6.5 million cubic meters of gas through the gas pipeline that runs through our country, and that we have an obligation to transfer 15 million cubic meters to Hungary. 
"Our energy price is high on the market, but we are subsidizing it. We are losing a lot of money on that", said President Vučić and announced that a special team of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and the Government of Serbia will be established to deal with this problem. 
President Vučić wished businessmen to make as many agreements as possible, make as many deals as possible, but also friendships, and stressed that all logistics provided to the businessmen are important, who should establish contacts with representatives of the United Arab Emirates but also other countries. 
"Sometimes it is not possible to close deals immediately because there are some problems, but in a year or two, friendship will bring results. I am sure we will be able to do something tangible for the people. The United Arab Emirates are a truly friendly country and it is a good time for some of our agricultural and industrial products to find a place in that market, but also in the market of Bahrain, Oman and some other countries in the region", explained President Vučić and expressed hope that we will expand from that market, further towards Asia, Central Asia and the East. 
"From here, we can make a good breakthrough towards India, Pakistan and China", said President Vučić, adding that this is an opportunity for Serbia to offer all the best it has, from confectionery products, products from the wine industry to the sector of IT, high technology, artificial intelligence, to offer cooperation in agriculture, but also in the field of energy. He said that the state is at the disposal of businessmen, to help them as much as it can, and pointed out that the gates of the East are slowly but surely opening. 
"For the first time this year, we have 2.9 billion in investments in the first nine months. The best years are coming, but the structure of those investments has changed. Among the first three companies, two are from China, which has never been the case. More and more companies are coming from the East. European, German companies dominate, but the situation is slowly changing", stated President Vučić and repeated that it was confirmed that GDP growth of seven percent is expected by the end of the year, but that he hopes that this growth can even be 7, 5 percent.
Source: www.predsednik.rs 

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