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Embassy of the Republic of Serbia

2233 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Suite 410

Washington, D.C. 20007


Embassy (phone): (202) 332-0333

Embassy (fax): (202) 332-3933

Consular Section (phone): (202) 4890-203, (202) 4890-229

After-hours/emergency phone No: (202) 706-0209

Embassy (e-mail): info@serbiaembusa.org

Consular Section (e-mail): consular@serbiaembusa.org




Foreign citizens will not be allowed to enter Serbia as of 20 December 2020 without a negative RT- PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 virus, not older than 48 hours, issued by the reference laboratory of the country from which they come or enter the Republic of Serbia, in order to protect against the introduction of infectious diseases into the territory of the Republic of Serbia,
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia and foreign citizens who have been granted temporary residence or permanent residence in the Republic of Serbia, as well as members of diplomatic and consular staff and their family members, upon entering the Republic of Serbia, who do not have a negative RT-PCR test for SARS virus CoV-2, issued by the reference laboratory of the country from which they come or enter the Republic of Serbia, not older than 48 hours from the date of issuance of the results, will be required to self-isolate at home for 10 days. The quarantine can be interrupted once they provide a negative RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 virus issued by a reference laboratory in the Republic of Serbia.

For foreign citizens traveling from the United States, besides the RT-PCR test, a negative Antigen FIA Rapid test, will also be accepted under the same conditions.


In light of the upcoming holidays, The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia will not be working with public on the following dates:
- December 24th, 2020
- December 25th, 2020
- January 1st, 2021
- January 2nd, 2021
- January 7th, 2021

Ambassador Djuric with Johns Hopkins University students

Washington D.C, 22 January 2021 – Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the US Marko Djuric gave a lecture and engaged in a discussion with students attending Conflict Management Program at SAIS (School of Advanced International Studies), Johns Hopkins University.

The topic was Belgrade – Pristina Dialogue in the broader context of security, political, economic, social, rule of law and international relation issues.

Ambassador Djuric shared his experience and views on the key challenges of the Belgrade – Pristina Dialogue. He emphasized the need for retaining stability in the region as a precondition for further economic recovery and growth of Serbia. Therefore, Ambassador Djuric underlined the importance of joint efforts towards a more comprehensive political resolution.

He shared a view of the region based on European model without boundaries with free flow of people and goods and greater connections in every sense.

The introductory note made by the Ambassador was followed by a fruitful interaction with students in which the Ambassador addressed a set of questions posed by the students.

Additionally, Ambassador Djuric noted the importance of maintaining and fostering relations between Serbia and the US that will let for discovering new areas of cooperation in promoting peace and stability in the Balkans and that will provide new economic opportunities.

Ambassador Djuric: The inauguration was dignified; We will fight for Serbia

Washington, D.C, 21 January 2021 - Serbian Ambassador to Washington Marko Djuric says exclusively for B92.net that the inauguration of US President Joe Biden was very dignified.

"The inauguration itself was very dignified and completely peaceful. Considering that it took place only two weeks after the scenes of violence in the Congress, the inauguration was marked by an incomparably larger presence of representatives of practically all security forces," Djurić, who represented Serbia at the ceremony, told our portal.


Government focuses on reforms in field of rule of law

Belgrade, 21 January 2021 - Prime Minister Ana Brnabić talked today with the ambassadors of the Quint countries and the Head of the European Union Delegation about the continuation of reforms on Serbia's path to membership in the European Union.

Brnabić confirmed that full membership in the EU remains a key foreign policy priority of Serbia, emphasizing that reforms in the area of the rule of law are in the focus of the government of Serbia.

She pointed out that Serbia is sincerely committed to the implementation of radical reforms in the field of justice, the fight against corruption, the strengthening of independent institutions and the freedom of the media, and added that much has already been done in practice.


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