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

The Consular Section is open to public:



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 / 23 11 52 27 Jurisdiction

Emergency calls after business hours:

             + 47 / 908 04 967

Е-mail: Embassy


E-mail: Consular Department 


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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.


Welcome to Serbia - Platform for foreigners

Foreign citizens can apply online for a visa C or D to enter the Republic of Serbia via "Welcome to Serbia" - Platform for foreigners, which can be found on the webpage www.welcometoserbia.gov.rs.

Iceland's National Day celebration in Reykjavík


On June 17, Ambassador Dragan Petrović attended the celebration of Iceland's National Day in Reykjavík, during which he had brief meetings with President Gudni Johansson and Minister of Foreign Affairs Tordis Gilfadotir. During the conversation, President Johannesson expressed his sincere regret for the recent tragedies that befell Serbia and wished the injured a successful recovery.

During his stay in Iceland, Ambassador Petrović, together with members of the diplomatic corps, visited facilities for the exploitation of thermal waters and the production of electricity, which makes this country one of the leaders in the world, as well as facilities for the purification of air and industrial waste gases from carbon dioxide and its storage in the underground geological formations that the island abounds in.

The meeting was also held with representatives of the Serbian diaspora gathered within the Center of Serbian Culture in Iceland, during which they discussed the Center's plans, possibilities for opening an additional school in the Serbian language, consular issues, etc.

Promotion of the potentials of the Republic of Serbia


In cooperation with the National Carrier Air Serbia and the Norwegian Company Balkan Mood, on May 23, in the premises of the Residence of the Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia in Oslo, a promotion of the tourist potentials of our country and a tasting of Serbian wines and traditional specialties was organized, with the presence of over 40 representatives from the Norwegian tourism sector.

The successful event was also attended by representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Norwegian companies that are already successfully operating in our country.

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