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Working Hours of the Embassy:
Monday - Friday: 09:00 - 16:30 hours

The Consular Section is open to public:

ТUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 10:00 - 15:00 h.


Munkedamsveien 59B
0270 OSLO

Postal adress:

Munkedamsveien 59B, 0270 Oslo



Phone:  + 47 / 23 11 52 20

CONSULAR INFORMATIONS: WORKING DAYS 10:00 - 15:00, on the phone    + 47 23 11 52 23


Fax:      + 47 / 22 83 83 14 Jurisdiction

Emergency calls after business hours:

             + 47 / 908 04 967

Е-mail: Embassy


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The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Oslo will commence from 31 May 2022 with a new digital system for scheduling appointments for providing consular services in the period from 01. July 2022.

Appointments for providing consular services will only be possible to schedule through online application e-KONZULAT. In order to reserve your time slot please insert in the window on the link below first letters for Norway, then choose Norway.


For all additional information please use the HELP button in the application.
If there is a specific case in question which needs additional clarification and/or instructions, it is necessary to address your query by email to the Consular department on konzularno@serbianembassy.no.


Travel to the Republic of Serbia with a Norwegian travel document (Nødpass/Emergency passport)

Passengers who intend to travel to the Republic of Serbia with a Norwegian travel document (Nødpass/Emergency passport) can do so freely if entering/exiting the Republic of Serbia is done within the validity period of this document.





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.

UNESCO’s role extremely important for preservation of Serbian heritage in Kosovo and Metohija

12 November 2021

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic stated today that severe examples of endangering the Serbian cultural, historical and spiritual heritage in Kosovo and Metohija are proof of the important role of UNESCO in protecting and preserving heritage.

At the 41st session of the General Conference of UNESCO in Paris, Brnabic emphasized that four jewels of the Serbian medieval cultural heritage in Kosovo – Visoki Decani, Pec Patriarchate, Gracanica and Bogorodica Ljeviska, have been preserved thanks to the fact that they are inscribed on the endangered world heritage list. Hundreds of other sites and monuments are endangered.

The Serbian heritage in Kosovo and Metohija is of immeasurable importance, not only for the national identity of Serbia, but also as a part of the esteemed European and world heritage, she underlined.

Source/Photo: www.srbija.gov.rs

Address of the President of the Republic of Serbia at the United Nations climate change conference COP26 held in Glasgow

2nd November 2021

"Your Excellences,
distinguished delegates,
dear Sarah,

At the very beginning, I feel obliged to thank Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Her Majesty’s Government for exceptional hospitality.

I feel privileged to represent the Republic of Serbia at this important place and at the highest-level world forum, in working on the most important topic of today – promoting climate awareness.

We all agree that we must make investment into climate and environment.


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