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Embassy of the Republic of Serbia
Mosfilymovskaya 46
R-119285 Moscow
RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Working Hours:
MondayFriday: 9:0017:00 hours

The Consular Section is open to public:
Monday: 9:30–13:00
Tuesday: 9:30–13:00
Wednesday: The consular department does not work with clients (emergency cases only)
Thursday: 9:30–13
:00
Friday: 9:30–13:00

Consular section (work with citizens):
Citizens can contact the Consular Section by telephone on weekdays from 3 pm to 5 pm Moscow time and in emergency cases (such as death, road traffic accident, serious injury, delay at the airport, arrest etc.) any time of the day.

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Phone: +7-495-988-66-45 Directions/Map
Fax: +7-495-988-66-46 Jurisdiction
Fax (Consulate): +7-495-147-41-04 Honorary Consulates
E-mail (Consulate): konzularno.moskva@mfa.rs  
E-mail: ambasada.moskva@mfa.rs  

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BOOK OF CONDOLENCES FOLLOWING THE DEATH OF AMBASSADOR MIROSLAV LAZANSKI

 

Following the death of Ambassador Miroslav Lazanski, a Book of Condolences will be opened at the Embassy building (Mosfilymovskaya 46, Moscow), on Thursday, 5 August, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
 

An Electronic Book of Condolences will also be opened until 6 August, 1 p.m., at the address: ambasada.moskva@mfa.rs.
 

The funeral will take place on Friday, 6 August, at 2 p.m., at the New Cemetery in Belgrade.

 

Ambassador Lazanski has passed away


 

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in the Russian Federation informs with sadness that our esteemed colleague, Ambassador of Serbia to the Russian Federation Miroslav Lazanski, has suddenly passed away.

We will remember him as a great patriot, an excellent writer, journalist and eminent military-political commentator, who loved his country and proudly represented it across the globe.

His dedication, devotion and commitment as the Ambassador of our country will be remembered, as well as his numerous activities aimed at further promoting the cooperation and friendship between Serbia and Russia.

The Embassy sympathizes with the pain of the family, friends and colleagues of Ambassador Lazanski.

The funeral takes place on Friday, 6 August, at 2 pm, at the New Cemetery in Belgrade.


 
 
New agreement on strategic cooperation with Russia to be signed soon

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic stated in Moscow today that Serbia will continue to develop and improve economic, political and every other cooperation with Russia.

After a meeting with Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin, held on the sidelines of the International Export Forum, Brnabic underlined that the relations between the two countries are exceptionally good and that they are not harmed by Serbia’s European path.

She said that economic and political relations of Serbia and Russia are very good and announced that an agreement on strategic cooperation between the two countries to 2026 will be signed by the end of this year.

The Prime Minister said that she spoke with her Russian counterpart about projects in the field of energy and gas infrastructure, recalling that on 1 January of this year Serbia became a country of transit, which brings additional stability and security, but also additional revenues into the state budget.

Brnabic underlined that gasification of Serbia will be continued and that the signing of an agreement with Russian company Gazprom Neft on the takeover of the chemical plant Petrohemija from Pancevo is expected soon, which will bring additional stability and business activity to this company.

Infrastructural projects were also discussed, the Prime Minister said and expressed gratitude for the professionalism of Russian company RZD International during the construction of the fast Belgrade-Budapest railway.

The Prime Minister pointed out that the "Belgrade Diameter" project will be implemented in cooperation with Russian partners, adding that during the talks she drew attention to the importance of keeping the Russian market open for our agricultural products, fruits, vegetables and meat.

Brnabic said that she also talked with the Russian Prime Minister about future cooperation in the field of advanced technologies, biomedicine, and artificial intelligence, which is Serbia's strategic focus of development until 2030, and in which Russia is extremely successful.

If we manage to establish cooperation in that domain, it will mean that Serbia is progressing much faster and better, and for us every day is important to make up for what we missed during the 1990s and in the first decade of the 21st century, said Brnabic.

She said that Mishustin expressed gratitude for Serbia's principled position not to impose sanctions on Russia and added that she confirmed that Serbia will continue to pursue that policy.

Source: www.srbija.gov.rs
Photo: Tanjug


Meeting with the mayor of St. Petersburg

The President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, met today with the Mayor of St. Petersburg, Alexander Beglov.

On that occasion, President Vučić pointed out that the improvement of bilateral cooperation between the two cities is of exceptional importance for the establishment of more intensive relations between Belgrade and St. Petersburg. In this regard, President Vučić emphasized the importance of the Agreement on Trade, Economic, Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Cooperation, signed in September this year, which implies the expansion and strengthening of cooperation in the mentioned areas. The agreement includes, among other things, a plan of joint activities in the fields of industry, urbanism, health care, science, technology, education and tourism.
 
With the aim of deepening economic cooperation, President Vučić supported the initiative of the two cities to organize an investment conference, at which businessmen, in cooperation with chambers of commerce, would present the investment potentials of Belgrade and St. Petersburg and investment opportunities in these two cities.
 
Source/Photo: www.predsednik.rs


Selaković spoke with the governor of St. Petersburg

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, Nikola Selaković, met today with the Governor of St. Petersburg, Alexander Beglov, and the delegation of that city.
Selaković thanked Governor Beglov, the authorities of the City of St. Petersburg and the entire Russian Federation for donating to the City of Belgrade, on the occasion of the 800th anniversary of the birth of Alexander Nevsky, a bust of the great Russian prince and saint, which was solemnly unveiled yesterday in the gate of the church of the same name.
The head of Serbian diplomacy expressed satisfaction that Governor Beglov comes from the city of President Putin, emphasizing that the personal and friendly relations between presidents Vučić and Putin have had a direct impact on the historical level of relations between Serbia and Russia.
On this occasion, the minister underlined that Serbia is firmly committed to the further development of political relations with the Russian Federation, which are based on traditional friendship and closeness of the two peoples, mutual trust and mutual readiness to deepen cooperation in all areas.
Stressing the importance of high intensity meetings at all levels, Selaković emphasized that Governor Beglov and the Government of St. Petersburg have a very important role in achieving successful cooperation with the City of Belgrade, noting that this visit will greatly benefit the recently signed agreement between the two cities, which includes a plan of joint activities until 2024. Also, the minister expressed satisfaction with the cooperation that St. Petersburg has with Novi Sad and Nis, as well as the recently introduced direct flight between Belgrade and St. Petersburg, which will additionally bring the two friendly nations closer.
Selaković pointed out that the importance that Serbia attaches to St. Petersburg is shown by the fact that in 2016, the Consulate General of our country was opened in that city, headed by the Honorary Consul General.
The minister also thanked his Russian friends for their help in financing and implementing the interior painting of the Temple of Saint Sava, which was successfully completed by joint efforts and represents a new symbol of the city of Belgrade, but also a symbol of successful cooperation between the two countries and the fraternal harmony of the two peoples.


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