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We would like to inform the citizens of the Republic of Serbia with a residence permit in the Kingdom of Sweden, the Kingdom of Norway and in the Republic of Finland, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Iceland and the Republic of Estonia that the appointments to apply for a travel document – passport at the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Stockholm can only be booked online via e-Government portal.

It is possible to book the time slot as of 1 July 2022.

At the moment, it is not necessary to book the time slot for other consular matters.

Working hours of the consular section are 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday to Friday.

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Measures for the entry of Serbian citizens and foreigners into Serbia to be abolished

As of Tuesday 3 May, all control measures and restrictions related to the COVID-19 infectious disease for the entry of passengers into the Republic of Serbia will be abolished for Serbian citizens and foreigners.
Starting from midnight, Serbian citizens and foreigners will not be required to show proof of a negative PCR test, rapid antigen test, proof of recovery from COVID-19, nor a proof of vaccination upon entering Serbia, regardless of from which country of the world they enter the Republic of Serbia.
The decision on the free entry of Serbian citizens and foreigners into Serbia has been made based on the current epidemiological situation in Serbia and is in line with decisions of majority of countries of Europe and the region.
The relevant institutions continue to monitor the development of the epidemiological situation in Serbia from hour to hour and will inform the public in a timely manner.
The recommendation to wear masks indoors remains in force, while wearing masks in health institutions is mandatory.
Covid centres, COVID-19 testing sites and vaccination sites will continue to operate as usual.

The official medals of the Republic of Serbia have been awarded to Dina and Jovan Rajs, at the Serbian Embassy’s ceremony in Stockholm, on 29 March, 2022.

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Stockholm hosted a ceremony of awarding Dina Rajs and Jovan Rajs the „Orders of the Serbian Flag of the Third Degree“, based on the Decree of the Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić on awarding these medals on the occasion of the Serbian Statehood Day on 15 February 2022, for special contribution of the Rajs family to preserving the culture of Holocaust remembrance.
In his welcome speech, Ambassador Dragan Momčilović emphasised that the medals were awarded to Dina and Jovan Rajs, as the members of the Jewish community in Serbia who survived the Holocaust and as well-known intellectuals in Sweden continuously contribute to preserving the culture of Holocaust remembrance and combating antisemitism. Thanks to their literary works and testimonies about personal experiences from the World War II, on the territory of former Yugoslavia, especially in Novi Sad and Belgrade,  present and future generations will cherish the memories of the suffering of Jews, Serbs and Roma, as well as remembrance of significant assistance from Serbian families provided for the Jews in order to save their lives during that period.
Dina and Jovan Rajs expressed their gratitude for the awards and pointed out that Serbia, during its history, had never shown antisemitism and Serbian people were the only ones in Europe who protected and saved Jews, including them, during World War II.
The reception at the Serbian Embassy was attended by the daughter, grandchildren, other relatives and friends of the Rajs family, Anja Jahn Gunther, in charge of Serbia in the EU Directorate at the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Austrian Ambassador to Sweden Gudrun Graf and her husband, and the Serbian Embassy staff.


Selaković: Serbia is actively involved in combating terrorism, radicalism and extremism

11. May 2022.

Today, in Marrakesh, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia Nikola Selaković participated in the Ministerial Meeting of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS. Minister Selaković said that Serbia was committed to the multilateral aspect of the fight against terrorism, adding that he firmly believed the United Nations should be the key forum for international cooperation in this field.

Minister Selaković stated that Serbia was fulfilling all international obligations pertaining to the implementation of UN Security Council resolutions, especially those related to the introduction of arms embargoes, including bans aimed at non-state actors, terrorist organisations and related individuals. He emphasised that Serbia was a signatory to 15 international conventions against terrorism. “By participating in multinational UN and EU peacekeeping missions, Serbia is making a concrete contribution to preserving regional and global security,” Minister Selaković said, paying tribute to a member of the Serbian Army, Lieutenant Colonel Dejan Stanojević and his colleagues, who tragically lost their lives on March 29 in the United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
“Serbia does not diminish the importance of other international forums, which is why it joined the Global Coalition from the very beginning, and selflessly contributes to international efforts to fight ISIS, primarily through various forms of donations in military equipment, ammunition, and training in Iraqi security forces”, Minister Selaković said. He added that as a candidate country for membership in the European Union, Serbia gave its full contribution through active participation in European policies on the fight against terrorism, and had developed a strategic cooperation with EUROPOL.
Minister Selaković noted that Serbian criminal legislation provided instruments to prevent and punish the encouragement, organisation, and participation of its citizens in wars or conflicts in foreign countries. He explained that the Serbian judicial authorities had completed proceedings against 7 persons engaged in foreign battlefields, and that several investigations against persons connected with terrorist activities were underway.
Minister Selaković said that the fight against terrorism, radicalism and extremism was a priority, and that Serbia was actively involved in combating these challenges and threats at the domestic, regional, and international level.

Non-working days

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia will be closed on Моnday, 2 May and on Tuesday, 3 May 2022 in observance of the International Labour Day. The consular section of the Embassy will be opened only for urgent matters.

Latvia to lift ban on entry from April 1, 2022

As of April 1, 2022, all restrictions on entry into Latvia imposed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 have been lifted. Serbian citizens can enter Latvia, as before, with a valid passport, invitation / guarantee letter, return ticket, travel insurance and proof of financial possession. Test or vaccine on COVID-19 is not required.

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