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(opposite of Novotel hotel)          

 

 

Telephone: +971 2 447 6 444

 Fax:   +971 2 447 4 411    

 

Е-mail: embassy.abudhabi@mfa.rs

consular.abudhabi@mfa.rs

 

OFFICE OF DEFENCE ATTACHE

Telephone: +971 2 447 6 444

Fax:  +971 2 447 4 411

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

Working Hours

Sunday to Thursday: 09 to 16
 

Working with public*

Sunday to Thursday: 10 to 14 

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, please call 02 44 76 444 - consular department of the Embassy or send email : consular.abudhabi@mfa.rs

 

 

 

 


 
Important

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.


Decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia on termination of the validity of the Decision on the abolition of visas for entry into the Republic of Serbia for citizens IR Iran, for holders of ordinary passports

The Government of the Republic of Serbia, at the session held on the 8th of October 2018, passed the Decision on termination of the validity of the Decision on the abolition of visas for entry into Republic of Serbia for citizens of the Islamic Republic of Iran, for holders of ordinary passports.

The decision was published in the "Official Gazette" of the Republic of Serbia, No. 75/18 on 09.10.2018. and enters into force on October 17, 2018. From that date, citizens of IR Iran, holders of ordinary passports, to enter, transit or stay on territory of the  Republic of Serbia, visa is needed.


 
 
President Vucic: Serbia is the first in Europe in terms of growth
 
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic pointed out that Serbia is the first in Europe in terms of economic growth, which will be officially confirmed at the end of March, and that this was possible owing to the reform measures taken since 2014 and the rapid opening of the country after the first wave of corona virus.
 
The President pointed out that Serbia had a growth of 5.2 percent in the first quarter, while the Eurozone was at minus 3.2 percent, in the second quarter Serbia had a growth of minus 6.3 percent, while the Eurozone was at minus 14.7 percent, and in the third quarter, when the Eurozone was at minus 4.3 percent, Serbia's figure was only minus 1.4 percent.
Vucic stated that Montenegro, for example, recorded as much as 26 percent minus in the third quarter.
 
Furthermore, the President emphasized that hospitals were built and renovated in our country, and that two hospitals were built from the ground up in just four months.
 
He said that the state made significant efforts to procure respirators, masks, gloves, protective suits, medicines, everything that was needed, and pointed out that work was being done on 10 general hospitals throughout Serbia, adding that all these were major achievements that were only possible owing to the success of the 2014 reforms, the enactment of the Labor Law, which yielded excellent results, and also through fiscal consolidation measures.
 
 
"These are unprecedented results for Serbia. Was Serbia ever before the first in Europe in terms of growth rate? We will get the results on 31 March that will confirm that Serbia is number one in Europe. All that was possible thanks to people who believed in difficult changes", Vucic said.
 

 

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Every Serb in the diaspora is potentially a lobbyist
 
3 January 2021
 
Our compatriots living abroad are one of the great potentials that the state has not recognized in the right way so far, which is why a different approach is needed to the issue of how to strengthen our diaspora and use the good will of people who are potential lobbyists for the interests of Serbia and the Serbian people, Foreign Minister Nikola Selakovic said.
 
"When it comes to Serbs in the diaspora, and especially in the region, this issue has been a kind of an unattended crop which requires a lot of work, and even when a lot is done at once this is not apparent immediately ", Minister Selakovic stated in an interview with Tanjug.
 
He emphasized that the appointment of the Director of the Office for Cooperation with the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region for the first time after almost seven years since this body was formed within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, shows that it is one of the priorities of the Ministry he is at the helm of.
 
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Minister Selakovic: New ambassadors will be appointed this year, but the goals remain the same
 
2 January 2021
 
 
This year, Serbia could finally have Ambassadors and Consuls General appointed to about a third of the currently vacant positions in the country's diplomatic and consular missions in the world, and Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Selakovic is convinced that most of these positions will be filled, as he points out, by the best possible people.
 
"In the next year, I am convinced that the majority of these vacancies will be filled", Selakovic told Tanjug, emphasizing that the work is being done gradually, because the state wants to show that is has a quality staff who will represent Serbia's interests in the best possible way.
 
The Head of Serbian diplomacy reminded that in a number of diplomatic missions, the four-year mandate of Ambassadors and Consuls General has already expired, so that the procedure for appointing new ones will follow, after their recall.
 

 

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