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WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF THE EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

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

 

        


 
INFORMATION FOR VOTERS RESIDING ABROАD ON THEIR RIGHT TO VOTE IN REFERENDUM FOR CONFIRMATION OF THE ACT ON AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA


The nationals of the Republic of Serbia living abroad wishing to vote in the Referendum of the Republic of Serbia for the confirmation of the Act on Amending the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia scheduled for January 16, 2022, can exercise their voting right by casting their vote in a diplomatic-consular mission under whose jurisdiction they reside abroad.

All nationals of the Republic of Serbia, 18 years or older, with legal residence in the Republic of Serbia, have a right to vote in the elections.

The voters cast their vote exclusively in person in the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia. As a proof of identity, the voters need to present either a valid passport or a valid identity card of the Republic of Serbia.

Even if you previously voted in the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Washington you are still obliged to register to vote abroad in the Referendum.

Before submitting a registration, please visit the Electoral Commission web site and, by entering your unique citizenship number (JMBG) and your identity card number, check whether your name has been entered into the Unified List of Voters.

1. If your name is listed in the Unified List of Voters, you shall register for voting abroad by filling out Request for registration of the fact that a voter will be voting abroad. Your request and a copy of your valid passport or a printout of your valid identity card of the Republic of Serbia should be submitted to the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Washington D.C.

2. If your name is not listed in the Unified List of Voters, along with the Request for registration of the fact that a voter will be voting abroad and a copy of your valid passport or a printout of your valid identity card of the Republic of Serbia, you need to fill out and submit a Request for entering a voter into Unified List of Voters.

Your request to vote can be submitted either:

- by sending an e-mail to: referendum@serbiaembusa.org (all documents submitted need to be scanned as a single file)
- by mail to the following address: Embassy of the Republic of Serbia, 2233 Wisconsin Ave. Suite 410, NW, Washington D.C. 20007
- in person with a prior scheduled appointment, in the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Washington D.C.
 
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION FOR VOTING ABROAD IS DECEMBER 25, 2021 AT 4 PM.


ENTRY REGIME IN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA - COVID

For all information regarding COVID 19 entry requirements into The Republic of Serbia, please follow the link below:

 

https://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/citizens/travel-serbia/covid-19-entry-requirements


 
 
Minister Selaković in Chicago at the screening of the documentary film "The Last Hero of Halyard"

8.1.2022.

Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Selaković attended the premiere of the documentary "The Last Hero of Halyard" in Chicago on Christmas, which tells the story of the fate of George Vujnovich, the only American war hero of Serbian origin who rests in the country of his ancestors.

The screening of the film and the reception, organized by the Consulate General of Serbia and the Halyard Mission Foundation at the Pritzker Military Museum and Library in downtown Chicago, were attended by numerous Americans, representatives of the Serbian diaspora and the diplomatic corps.

On that occasion, Minister Selaković stated that the film spoke about the primordial closeness between Serbian people and their allies in the Second World War, and that it aroused a sense of pride and sadness because the heroic operation to rescue American pilots in Serbia has not been known for decades.

"In this way, we revive the memory of those people and show the genuine humanness of the Serbian people while celebrating a kind of our historical alliance and friendship with the United States," Selaković said.

As he pointed out, today we are witnessing what will one day be history, and President Aleksandar Vučić and the Government of Serbia are making efforts to further develop cooperation with the United States, to build a new partnership in the times to come.

"I am convinced that many forgotten pages of our common history will come to the fore only in the time ahead. This was a special moment for our Serbian community in the United States, and especially here in Chicago, and a unique way to celebrate Christmas and our alliance and friendship." Selaković said.

Minister Selaković celebrated Christmas in Chicago with Serbian diaspora, attending the Christmas liturgy officiated by Bishop Longin of New Gracanica and Midwestern America and the clergy in the Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Cathedral.


Selakovic celebrates Christmas with Serbs living in Chicago

7.1.2022.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia Nikola Selaković celebrated Christmas with Serbian diaspora in Chicago.

Minister Selaković and Director of the Directorate for Cooperation with the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region Arnaud Gouillon attended the festive Christmas liturgy officiated by Bishop Longin of New Gracanica and Midwestern America and the clergy in the Holy Resurrection Serbian Orthodox Cathedral.

The Cathedral exuded a festive atmosphere and the Serbs who were in attendance said they were pleased that a representative of their motherland was with them in Chicago for Christmas for the first time.

Speaking to Tanjug News Agency, they said that the visit would contribute to strengthening the ties between the Serbian diaspora in the United States and the motherland.

"Christmas is very important for us Serbs. It means a lot to us that a delegation from the homeland is with us," an elderly Serbian woman said.

Her compatriot, who came to the liturgy from Milwaukee pointed out that the unity of the Serbian people was important as well as the visit of Minister Selaković, adding that Gouillon was a "great Serb".

Serbs from Chicago welcome the arrival of the head of Serbian diplomacy, pointing out that the state should always be with its people, including with the diaspora.

"We are always happy when they come for a visit. We support our government, which is blessed by God and which should continue along the same line," he said.


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