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About the embassy

Diplomatic relations between the Republic of Slovenia and the Republic of Serbia were established on 9 December 2000. The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia in Belgrade opened in January 2001 and is located in the old city centre on Dositejeva 41, near the First Belgrade Gymnasium and church St. Aleksandar Nevski.

The main objectives of the Embassy are:

  • Connection, maintenance and an enhancement of permanent contacts with Serbian state institutions and their official representatives.

  • Providing information about Slovenia and possibilities of cooperation in the field of common interest, securing  conditions for enhancement of cooperation between both states in these fields.

  • Providing constant information to the country of accreditation about views and positions of Slovenia, as well as development and interests of Slovenia; ensuring undisturbed communication from Slovenian side about Serbian views in the matters that are in central interest of the country of accreditation.

  • Monitoring reporting of local media on Slovenia and developing relationships with journalists.

  • Maintaining and strenghtening relations with the Slovenian community in Serbia.

  • To provide consular assistance to Slovenian community and Slovenian citizens in Serbia and issuing Schengen visas for foreigners who wish to enter the Republic of Slovenia.

Previous Slovenian Ambassadors in Serbia:

Borut Šuklje, 2000 - 2004 
Miroslav Luci, 2005 - 2009 
Franc But, 2010 - 2014