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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.


 
 
Metropolitan Porfirije of Zagreb and Ljubljana elected as the new Patriarch of Serbia
The Holy Assembly of Bishops of the Serbian Orthodox Church elected His Eminence Metropolitan Porfirije of Zagreb-Ljubljana, PhD, as the new Serbian Patriarch, in its convocation in Memorial Cathedral of Saint Sava in Belgrade on 18 February 2021.
 
Immediately after the election a thanksgiving service was officiated and Many Years was chanted to the Archbishop of Pec, Metropolitan of Belgrade-Karlovci and Serbian Patriarch Porfirije. Bells at Saint Sava Cathedral in the Vracar district of Belgrade rang a few minutes before 4:00 pm indicating that the 46th Patriarch of Serbia was elected.
 
Newly-elected Archbishop of Pec, Metropolitan of Belgrade-Karlovci and Serbian Patriarch Porfirije (Peric) was born on 22 July 1961 in Becej, to father Radivoje and Mother Radojka. He was baptized as Prvoslav. He finished primary school in Curug, and the “Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj” Grammar School in Novi Sad. He was ordained a monk according to the rite of small schime by his spiritual father, then hieromonk Dr. Irinej (Bulovic), at Decani Monastery on Sunday of St. Thomas in 1985. 
 
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President Vucic: Serbia is ready for dialogue on Kosovo and Metohija, but will refuse being humiliated
 
President of the Republic and Supreme Commander of the Serbian Army Aleksandar Vucic attended a demonstration of capabilities of one part of Serbian Army units in the "Rastko Nemanjić" barracks in Pancevo. On this occasion, President Vucic stated that Serbia was ready to continue the EU-facilitated dialogue with Pristina at any point, while respecting also the position of the United States as well as the positions of Russia and China.    
 
The President said that he would rather put his "head on the chopping block" than sign any document with a recognition and reminded that he had already once refused to do so in Washington, where there were two versions of the agreement.
 
He stated that he immediately had his delegation leave the meeting, that he told the U.S. delegation that Serbia would not sign such an agreement, while conveying that Serbia would always endeavour to hold peaceful talks in order to preserve peace, but that it would not take any humiliation.
 
The Serbian President thanked the U.S. President Joe Biden for the letter of congratulations on the occasion of the upcoming Statehood Day, in which, in addition to the usual emphasis on commitment to promoting economic cooperation, regional stability and democratic values, he unequivocally called for mutual recognition of Serbia and "Kosovo" as a result.
 
Mutual recognition between Serbia and "Kosovo" is not part of any act of any world organization, the President pointed out and reiterated that Serbia was ready to continue the EU-facilitated dialogue with Pristina at any point, while respecting also the position of the United States as well as the positions of Russia and China. 
 
According to the president, the situation is difficult and will only be increasingly difficult.
 
"As I told you three days ago, I can see it and I expect it, I can see the situation slowly tightening, because the conflicts between them at the global level have been increasing and intensifying, and then we have to pay the price", the President said.
 
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Minister Selakovic speaks for Politika: The year of rejuvenation of Serbian diplomacy
26 January 2021
 
Minister Selakovic speaks for Politika: The year of rejuvenation of Serbian diplomacy
 
Serbia's foreign policy positions are naturally being adjusted to the new developments at the international level, but our foreign policy priorities have not changed in a long time. Our top and most important interest is to preserve good-neighbourly relations and stability and peace in the region and, in the same context, to find a peaceful and just solution to the problems in Kosovo and Metohija, Serbian Foreign Minister Nikola Selakovic said in an interview with Politika daily.
 
Another lasting interest of ours is full membership of the European Union, because this is the type of society we strive for. At the bilateral level, our goal is to strengthen ties with traditional friends, the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China, but also to build new partner relations with the United States. One of the most important tasks of our foreign policy is to improve the position and protect the rights and identity of our people in the region, as well as to provide various types of support to Serbs in the diaspora. All these are very important and more often than not complementary goals, Nikola Selakovic pointed out.
 
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