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

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
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.


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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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.

Meeting of the President of the Republic of Serbia with the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation

The President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, met today with the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation and the Co-Chair of the Intergovernmental Committee for Trade, Economic and Scientific-Technical Cooperation between the Republic of Serbia and the Russian Federation, Yuri Borisov, with whom he discussed cooperation in the field of energy, industry and infrastructure. The interlocutors also discussed other areas with great potential for cooperation.

President Vučić thanked the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Government, Yuri Borisov, for his great personal and professional commitment in the development of relations between the Russian Federation and Serbia. On this occasion, the President personally handed over a birthday card for President Vladimir Putin, asking Yuri Borisov to convey his best wishes and cordial greetings, with an invitation to visit Serbia again as soon as possible.
President Vučić assessed that the strategic relations between the two countries are at an extremely high level, and that these relations are still progressing. President Vučić and Russian Deputy Prime Minister Borisov stated that the implementation of joint infrastructure and energy projects is progressing well, as well as that all projects follow the planned dynamics.
Talking about the current global energy crisis, President Vučić assessed that in that context, the gas pipeline connecting Bulgaria and Hungary through the territory of the Republic of Serbia is of the greatest importance for Serbia, not only in terms of attracting investments and the progress of industrial production, but also in terms of the energy security of the country. The interlocutors expressed confidence that the cooperation with the Russian Federation in this area will contribute to the secure supply of gas to our country, but also to greater efficiency in gas transport while respecting the highest environmental standards.
Vice President Borisov conveyed President Putin's greetings to President Vučić, saying that political and economic relations between the two countries are at the highest level in recent history. Borisov especially emphasized the high degree of trade relations, as well as the interest of the Russian side in higher exports of Serbian goods and services to the market of the Russian Federation.
The President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, emphasized that the strong potential for placing our products on the Russian market is still not sufficiently used, and reiterated Serbia's readiness to form joint Serbian-Russian production companies, which would place goods on third markets.
At the meeting, President Vučić and Deputy Prime Minister Borisov also discussed concrete proposals for future cooperation in the field of infrastructure and energy, as well as in other areas of mutual interest.

Source/Photo: www.predsednik.rs

Congratulations to the President of the Russian Federation

The President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, sent a birthday greeting today to the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Vladimirovič Putin, in which he wished him good health and "plenty of new opportunities for personal and professional progress".

President Vučić also expressed hope that he would have the opportunity to host President Putin in Serbia soon, so that the two statesmen could "continue the constructive and always meaningful talks".
Source/Photo: www.predsednik.rs

President Vučić met Ambassador of Russian Federation

The President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, has received today the Ambassador of the Russian Federation, Alexander Botsan-Kharchenko and thanked for the support of the official Moscow with regards to Kosovo and Metohija.

Ambassador Botsan-Kharchenko said on this occasion, too that Moscow monitored with great concern the situation in the north of Kosovo and Metohija. He also indicated that the responsibility for the emerged crisis was on temporary institutions in Priština, which violated and failed to fulfill the agreements signed earlier. Ambassador Botsan-Kharchenko also emphasized that the Serbian party acted with the greatest responsibility, whereas Priština did not show a single sign that it was for finding a compromised solution.

President Vučić thanked for the active support of the Russian Federation to the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the Republic of Serbia.

President Vučić and Ambassador Botsan-Kharchenko discussed joint Serbian and Russian projects within the preparations for new session of the Intergovernmental Committee for Trade, Economic, and Scientific and Technical Cooperation and visit of the Deputy Prime Minister, Yury Borisov.

President Vučić said on this occasion that he hoped he would have the honor in the following months to discuss with the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin.

Source/Photo: www.predsednik.rs

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