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Welcome to the website of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Beirut, Lebanese Republic

 

                                                             

                                         EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA

 

                                        Adress: Jounieh Kalsik, kaslik Roundabout                                        

                                                Zara Building, Beirut Lebanon                                             

                                                   Telephone:+9619221256 

                                                   Fax number:+9619221257       

                                                                 

                                                

                               E-mail for consular questions: dkp.beirutconsul@gmail.com

                                     E-mail for Embassy: beirut.dkp@gmail.com

                                                         WORKING HOURS

                                                 Monday-Friday 09:00-16:00

                                                       CONSULAR SECTION

                                                       by appointment only

                                          Monday, Wednesday,Friday 10:00-16:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brochure "SERBIA - Emerging tech development hub"

The brochure "SERBIA - Emerging tech development hub" you may download on the following links.

https://innovations.serbiacreates.rs

https://inovacije.srbijastvara.rs

 


 
Requirements when applying for a visa: MANDATORY

Visas:

Citizens of Lebanese Republic, the Syrian Arab Republic and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan need a visa from the Republic of Serbia.

Note for all types of visas:

The form must be legible, in block letters, all data, including the exact address of residence and telephone number in the Republic of Serbia where you will be staying. Incomplete requests cannot be considered and will be returned at the expense of the applicant. The Embassy reserves the right to request additional documentation. Visa issuance time: the response to the submitted application is submitted within three weeks from the day when the complete application is submitted, together with the required documentation and payment of the consular fee. Please keep this in mind when buying airline tickets. When entering the Republic of Serbia, you need to report your stay to the nearest police station within 24 hours. This can be done for you by the hotel where you are staying, the company that invited you or the person you are staying with. 

Visa Type C (short term stay)

1. Passport

2. Filled visa application-link:  http://www.dkonz.mfa.rs/dkonz/wp-content/uploads/Obrazac-1.-Aplikacioni-zahtev-2019.pdf

3. Photo

4. Hotel reservation

5. Travel insurance

6. Bank statement

7. Ticket

8. Invitation letter private link-http://www.dkonz.mfa.rs/dkonz/wp-content/uploads/pozivno_pismo_fiz_lice.pdf - notarized

9. Invitation letter legal entity-http://www.dkonz.mfa.rs/dkonz/wp-content/uploads/Pozivno_pismo_pravnog_lica.pdf

 

Visa type D  (long term stay), all documents mentioned above and for:

EMPLOYMENT:

a) A copy of the registration of a legal entity, company, sports club or association or entrepreneur in Republic of Serbia.

b) A contract of employment, a contract of work, a contract on business-technical cooperation, sports engagement or other document proving the engagement of a foreign national in Republic of Serbia.

 

EDUCATION, STUDY, INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE OF PUPILS AND STUDENTS, PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, SPECIALIZATION, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH:

 

a) Certificate of enrollment in an acredited primary, secondary or higher education institution.

b) A copy of the registration of a legal entity in Republic of Serbia.

c) Certificate of organization of professional practice and specialization.

d) A copy of the registration of a scientific-research organization and a contract concluded with a scientific-research organization.

 

FAMILY REUNION:

a) The spouse is a citizen of the Republic of Serbia. Excerpt from the Register of Marriages, not older than 6 months.

b) In the case of extramarital community: Certificate of free marital status, statements of spouses and certified statements by two witnesses of the partners community, proof of the joint address of the dwelling, extract from the register of marriages, if they have a common child, birth certificate for the child.

 

PERFORMING RELIGIOUS SERVICES:

a) A copy of the registration of a church or religious community in the Republic of Serbia.

b) An employment contract or a letter from a church/religious community stating that an foreign national is engaged as a clergymen or religious official.

 

TREATMENT OR MEDICAL CARE:

a) A decision on the registration of a health institution in the Republic of Serbia.

b) A letter from the health institution stating the place and the necessary period of treatment.

c) A decision on the registration of a social care institution in Republic of Serbia 

 

Please note that a visa is required for holders of emergency travel documents and travel documents for refugees and aliens of all countries. Nationals from UN Member States with which the Republic of Serbia has no diplomatic relations need visas for entering the country. At its meeting of 30 October 2014, the Government of the Republic of Serbia adopted the Decision on visa free entry to the Republic of Serbia for holders of foreign passports having a valid Schengen, UK and other Member States' visa, or visa of the United States of America, and for holders of foreign passports having residence permit in the countries of the Schengen area, EU or the United States of America, which was published in the "Official Gazette of RS", No. 119 of 31 October 2014 and which will enter into force on 8 November 2014. By this decision, the above-mentioned categories of foreign nationals may, without prior visa application, enter, transit or stay in the Republic of Serbia up to 90 days during a six-month period, but not exceeding the expiring date of the said visas or residence permits. There is a possibility for foreign nationals to enter the Republic of Serbia with two passports e.a. expired national passport with valid visa or residence permit and valid national passport without valid visa or residence permit. Foreign nationals, holders of a residence permit in the form of a separate card (not a sticker affixed to their passport), must present their valid passport, upon entering the territory of the Republic of Serbia.

 

ENTRY REGIME FOR CITIZENS OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA, STAFF OF FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC-CONSULAR MISSIONS AND OFFICES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND FOREIGN CITIZENS WITH REGULATED STAY IN THE REPUBLIC

https://msp.rs/en/citizens/travel-serbia/covid-19-entry-requirements


 
 
Ambassador Elfic met with LR Foreign Minister Abdallah Bou Habib

 

 

Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia E. Elfic met with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lebanon, Abdallah Bou Habib. During the meeting, they discussed bilateral cooperation between the two countries, as well as the current political situation in Lebanon. After the donation of the Republic of Serbia of 40,000 doses of vaccines, Ambassador Elfić announced the arrival of 45 tons of humanitarian aid in food.


Serbia expects support for opening clusters by end year

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic stated today in Paris that she expects positive news and support from France for opening one or two clusters at the intergovernmental conference to be held in December.

At the press conference, Brnabic stated that she talked with French President Emanuel Macron about the situation in Serbia, primarily in the context of European integration, i.e., whether we can count on the country's support for opening a cluster at the December intergovernmental conference.

We have two clusters ready for opening, so I expect positive news and support from France for one or both clusters, but certainly significant support, the Prime Minister said.

She pointed out that Macron told her to convey greetings to the President of the Republic, Aleksandar Vucic, and the whole of Serbia, as well as that he remembers his visit to Belgrade with great joy.

Today, I had good talks with the President of Cyprus, but also with the President of Slovenia, with whom I also talked about European integration, i.e., the country's support, which is clear and unambiguous for opening a cluster and further progress of Serbia towards full EU membership, regional relations and regional cooperation, said Brnabic.

She stated that she also talked with EU High Representative Josep Borrell in Paris.

There were interesting and good talks, it seems to me that we have done good things for our country and I expect it to continue today, the Prime Minister concluded.


02.11.2021 - Address of the President of the Republic of Serbia at the United Nations climate change conference COP26 held in Glasgow

"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.

We all, likewise agree, that future generations must be educated in order not to repeat the mistakes we made, by hurting the only Planet that makes life possible.

I am very honoured that the Republic of Serbia is co-chairing this year’s Conference as a Non-EU representative of the Eastern Europe Group.

In concrete terms, we see the special contribution of our expert team in finalising negotiations on the implementation of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement, which refers to the establishment of the global market and non-market mechanisms for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, as well as to remaining provisions referring to advanced transparency framework and common timeframes for Nationally Determined Contributions, which are the key provisions of the Agreement that have not yet been covered by the decision that is to be adopted by the Conference, i.e. all member states.

We, therefore, believe that this is an exceptional opportunity for Serbia to give its full contribution to the finalization of negotiations, which, we hope, will secure full implementation of the Paris Agreement.

As a result of strong economic development, modelled for Serbia by 2050, the impact of the implementation of climate measures to employment will be optimal, through new jobs creation and creation of new industries which have not existed so far.

One billion euros was raised at the first green bonds auction in Serbia, which clearly confirms the trust of international investors in our green agenda, but also to the economic and political stability of our country.

Incomes from green bonds issuance will be used for financing renewables, energy efficiency, sustainable water management, prevention of pollution and circular economy development and biodiversity preservation.

And as you can see, dear friends, my people made a terrific speech for me, but I am going to add a few more words and a few more questions for those that are coming from big powers and that haven’t answered yet several questions:

Number one is: how are we going to finance all these activities?

We’ve heard the story of trillions of dollars that are at our disposal. My question would be: what would be the interest rate, what would be the terms for taking these amounts of money, and actually how are we going to tackle that issue?

Number two: how are we going to treat the nuclear power plants?

Are we going to shut them all or are we going to build them more?

Then, how are we going to build more renewables if we already started endorsing populist movements against wind parks, new hydropower plants, and are we going to put in jeopardy the level of our public debt to GDP ratio if we raise huge amounts of money?

How are we going to treat natural gas, and how are we going to secure decent prices of natural gas and electricity power as well?

And, I came here using an electric car from Edinburgh to Glasgow. But, how are we going to do mining and refining of lithium, nickel, cobalt and many other very important minerals?

In the end, we all know what is our final aim, what is our final target. But, it’s not a fairytale – we’ll have to work a lot, we’ll have to be 100 per cent dedicated, and we’ll have to be more honest with each other.

The health of people living in Serbia depends directly on the implementation of this Agenda, just like the health and life of each living being on Earth depends on arrangements that will be reached here and on national implementation of the respective arrangements.

Perhaps it is the right time to listen and hear the cry of Mother Earth because if we lose this race against time, our children will inherit an irreparably polluted Planet.

Thank you very much for listening to me."


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