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The Consular Section is open to public: 9:00 - 13:00 hours
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Yazanlar Sok. No.1
06691 Kavaklidere
Ankara, Turkey

Phone: + 90312 / 426-02-36 Directions/Map
Phone: + 90312 / 426-24-32 Jurisdiction
Fax:      + 90312 / 427-83-45 Honorary Consulates
E-mail: embserank@gmail.com  
web: http://www.ankara.mfa.gov.rs  

 


 
Working hours during holiday

On June 26 and 27, the Embassy will not be working.


"THE TRUTH-NO KOSOVO UNESCO"

 

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia informs that the documentary film "The Truth-No Kosovo Unesco"  which talks about the mass destruction of the Serbian Churces and Monasteries in Kosovo and Metohija since 1999 can be found at the web site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia. The link is as follows:

http://www.mfa.gov.rs/sr/index.php/2013-05-16-10-43-58/the-truth-no-kosovo-unesco?lang=cyr

Afrer wathcing the documentary, it is obvious why the Republic of Serbia is against the admission of "Kosovo" to UNESCO.


 
 
Change of visa regime – Republic of Indonesia (regular passports)

Starting from October 14, 2017, the citizens of the Republic of Indonesia, bearers of regular passports, can enter or transit through the territory of the Republic of Serbia with no prior visa needed. The maximum stay is 30 days (counting from the entry date) in 1 year period.
No-visa policy is valid only for tourism/visit purposes. You need to apply for visa in the following cases:
- if you intend to become a resident for education/job/other purposes
-    if you plan to stay more than 30 days
-     if you already have 30 days per 1 year duration of stay in Serbia


Change of visa regime - Indonesia (official and diplomatic passports)

Starting from September 02, 2017, the citizens of the Republic of Indonesia, bearers of official and diplomatic passports, can enter or transit through the territory of the Republic of Serbia with no prior visa needed. The maximum stay is 30 days counting from the entry date.


Change of visa regime - Thailand (official and diplomatic passports)

Starting from September 08, 2017, the citizens of the Kingdom of Thailand, bearers of official and diplomatic passports, can enter or transit through the territory of the Republic of Serbia with no prior visa needed. The maximum stay is 90 days counting from the entry date.


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