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The Consular Section is open to public:

Тuesday and Friday: 11:00 - 14:00 hours

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Chancery:
Munkedamsveien 59B
0270 OSLO
NORWAY

Postal adress: PO Box 4035 AMB, 0244 OSLO

NORWAY

 
Phone:  + 47 / 23 11 52 20 Directions/Map
Fax:      + 47 / 22 83 83 14 Jurisdiction

Е-mail: ambasada@serbianembassy.no

E-mail: Consular Department 

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IMPORTANT NEWS

On May, 21, 2020 the Government of the Republic of Serbia passed the Decision on the termination of the Decision on closing all border crossings for entry into the Republic of Serbia. This Decision applies to all categories of domestic and foreign citizens.

All persons entering the Republic of Serbia (Serbian citizens, foreign citizens with regulated stay in the Republic of Serbia, Accredited diplomatic representatives in the R. of Serbia and foreign citizens transiting the Republic of Serbia) - instead of previous isolation measures and the obligation to possess negative PCR - during passport control are given a written notice - health warning, bilingual, in Serbian and English language about the measures to be followed to prevent the occurrence, spread and control of infectious Covid - disease 19.

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Oslo will start processing visa applications again on June 2nd 2020. Applicants must call in advance (+47 23 11 52 20) to schedule a date and time.


Congratulations on the occasion of the Constitution Day of Norway, May 17.

16.05.2020.

On the occasion of the Constitution Day of Norway, May 17, congratulations were extended by Female Ambassadors in Oslo.

Watch the video by clicking on the card.


TRAVEL TO SERBIA FOR FOREIGN NATIONALS: COVID-19 PREVENTION MEASURES

In order to prevent the spread of infectious disease and to protect against the introduction of the disease into the territory of the Republic of Serbia, the competent authorities of the Republic of Serbia will temporarily prohibit or restrict entry and movement, to all foreign nationals, regardless of their nationality.

Foreign nationals that are exempt from the mentioned restriction are:

1. Drivers and crew of freight vehicles in international road traffic;

2. Crew on freight ships carrying cargo to domestic ports;

3. Railroad personnel (train drivers/conductors etc.);

4. Airline cabin crew and pilots operating on flights whose final destination is the Republic of Serbia or that are transiting through the Republic of Serbia;

5. Persons who were issued entry/stay or transit permits for the Republic of Serbia by the competent body of the Government of the Republic of Serbia;

6. Humanitarian convoys with mandatory escort previously arranged through diplomatic channels;

7. Accredited members of diplomatic and consular representations and members of international organizations as well as their family members who are in possession of special ID cards i.e. ID documents issued by the MFA of the Republic of Serbia and the General Secretariat of the Government of Serbia;

8. Foreign nationals with residence permits (both temporary and permanent) in the Republic of Serbia.

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia coming from the countries or areas with intensive transmission of the disease Covid-19, or the focus of the epidemic, namely: Swiss Confederation, Republic of Italy, Islamic Republic of Iran, Romania, Kingdom of Spain, Federal Republic of Germany, French Republic, Republic of Austria, Republic of Slovenia and the Helenic Republiic are required to undergo a 28-day period of mandatory  quarantine in a restricted-access outdor facility (Morovic, Sid, Miratovacko polje, etc.).

Citizens of the Republic of Serbia coming from countries not listed above, will be obliged to undergo a 28-day self-isolation period as a measure of medical surveillance for severe acute respiratory syndrome cornovarisus (SARS-COV-2).


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