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Monday - Friday: 9:00 - 17:00 hours
The Consular Section is open to public: 09:30 - 12:30 hours. Еntering into the Embassy will be possible only with a previously scheduled appointment. 

Arranging appointments at the Embassy will be possible only by calling the phone number 0613554823 on working days between 13:00 and 15:00 hours.

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Burgemeester van Karnebeeklaan 19

2585 BA DEN HAAG
NEDERLAND

 
Phone:  + 31 70 / 363-23-97, 363-23-93 Directions/Map
             + 31 70 / 363-68-00 Jurisdiction
Fax:      + 31 70 / 360-24-21 Honorary Consulates
Е-mail: embassy.hague@mfa.rs  
web: http://www.thehague.mfa.gov.rs  

 

STATEHOOD DAY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA

Message from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the Statehood Day of the Republic of Serbia:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jh6idN_HKsQ&ab_channel=MFAoftheRepublicofSerbia

 

Consular Section Opening Hours

Due to the pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the regime of work with consular requests will be changed. The Consular Section of the Embassy will be open on working days from 09:30 to 12:30 hours, and entering into the Embassy will be possible only with a previously scheduled appointment.

Arranging appointments at the Embassy will be possible only by calling the phone number 0613554823. It will be possible to call the specified number on working days between 13:00 and 15:00 hours.

Upon arrival at the Embassy, you will need to have a face mask, and entry to the building will be allowed only to a person who has an appointment.

Please be punctual with arrivals at scheduled times, as in case of late arrival it will not be possible to enter the Embassy premises.

 

Republic of Serbia as a favorable destination for investment and development of new technologies

At the following links you can find useful information on the Republic of Serbia as a favorable destination for business, as well as investing in research and development of new technologies: "SERBIA - Emerging tech developing hub" and "Guide to measures to support the development of innovative economy".

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY INTO THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA

Information about requirements for entry into the Republic of Serbia can be found on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia.

 

On-line application for visa D


We would like to inform you that the  On-line application for a D type of visa has started. In the first phase, through this application it will be possible to apply online for a D type of visa, exclusively on the basis of employment in the Republic of Serbia. Submission of visa requests is possible via the following link: https://econsulate.gov.rs/.

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in the Kingdom of the Netherlands is announcing a Tender for  procurement of Tempest equipment:

INVITATION TO BID FOR TEMPEST EQUIPMENT

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Selakovic had talks with the President and the Chief Prosecutor of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals

30 November 2021

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Nikola Selakovic had separate meetings in The Hague today with the President and the Chief Prosecutor of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals, Carmel Agius and Serge Brammertz respectively.

Selakovic assessed as very important that he had the opportunity to discuss Serbia's cooperation with the Mechanism with the President and the Chief Prosecutor, especially bearing in mind that the UN Security Council session to discuss the six-month report of the Mechanism's President and Prosecutor would be held on 13 December.

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Selakovic: In the Netherlands, we have affirmed the image of Serbia as the economic leader of the region

29 November 2021

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Nikola Selakovic met today in The Hague with the representatives of some of the Dutch companies doing business in our country, as well as with the representative of The Netherlands Enterprise Agency, which operates within the system of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

After the meeting, Selakovic explained that this was one of the new practices that were introduced in the activity of the Serbian MFA, and that it implied organizing smaller business forums during bilateral visits, especially in countries which had a significant number of investors in our country.

Among the nine companies at the forum were important names of the Dutch economy, such as Heineken and Delhaize, but also some that are less familiar to our public, mostly export-oriented companies operating in Serbia.

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Selakovic in the Netherlands: Serbia has done a lot in the field of reforms, we expect that to be valued

29 November 2021

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Nikola Selakovic met today in The Hague with Dutch Foreign Minister Ben Knapen, with whom he discussed Serbia's European path, the "Open Balkan" initiative, the situation in the region, as well as deepening political and economic cooperation.

After the meeting, Minister Selakovic said that the significance of his visit to the Netherlands was multiple, considering not only that 14 years had passed since the last visit by a Serbian Foreign Minister to The Hague, but also the fact that 2021 was the year in which we marked 130 years of diplomatic relations between the Kingdom of the Netherlands and Serbia.

The Head of Serbian diplomacy said that a lot had changed in those 130 years of our relations, and that he had discussed many issues of common interest with his Dutch counterpart at a meeting that lasted an hour and 40 minutes.

"We touched upon Serbia's European path, progress in the negotiation process. Of course, I presented in that context what Serbia has done so far in the field of economic reforms and reforms in the field of the rule of law, strengthening the state of law, which is evidenced by the number and volume of investments coming to Serbia. These investments would not be arriving to a country that is insecure, and if a stable and predictable legal system was not in place there", Minister Selakovic said.

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