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Dear visitors,


Welcome to the official website of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia to the State of Israel.

I am honored to represent Serbia in Israel and together with the Embassy staff I am looking forward to actively contribute to the development of our relations in the political, economic, cultural, consular and all other fields, and to the strengthing of people-to-people ties between our two friendly countries.

This website provides basic information about Serbia with useful links, along with the information about Embassy's activities in Israel. There is also a specific section on various consular service provided by the Embassy.

I hope that these information will assist you in your queries. I also warmly welcome all your comments and suggestions which will help us to further improve this website.



Milutin Stanojevic


Remarkable Participation of Serbia at the International Tourism Fair in Tel Aviv – IMTM 2019

Tourist Organization of Serbia, Tourist Organization of Belgrade, Tourist Organization of Subotica, AirSerbia and several agencies presented Serbia’s tourism potentials at the International Tourism Fair – IMTM 2019 held on February 12-13, 2019 in Tel Aviv. On the first day of the fair, Belgrade received acknowledgement as one of the most popular destinations of Israeli tourists in 2018, according to the most important Israeli travel portal Lametayel. It was awarded, in the form of a plaque, to the deputy director of Tourist Organization of Belgrade Mr. Slobodan Unkovic. Israeli tourists were in 2018 on the 7th place by the number of overnight stays in Belgrade and in the top 15 of the overall visitors.

Participation of the Serbian tourism sector at the fair in Tel Aviv was supported by the Ambassador Mr. Milutin Stanojevic and the counsellor Mr. Dejan Blagojevic.       

Unveiling of „Kladovo Transport“ Memorial in Kfar Saba

Memorial dedicated to the Jewish victims of the “Kladovo transport” was unveiled in Kfar Saba On February 1, 2019. Deputy mayor of Kfar Saba Mr. Amir Coleman, Ambassador of Serbia H.E. Mr. Milutin Stanojevic, Ambassador of Austria H.E. Mr. Martin Weiss, Director of “Ben Gurion” school Ms. Maya Ganon, and the representative of the Association “Kladovo Sabac” Mr. Ofer Rot, on behalf of the relatives and descendent of the survivors, addressed the audience at this event organized by the city of Kfar Saba.

In his address H.E. Ambassador Milutin Stanojevic stressed the importance of preserving the memory of this tragedy in which most of the 1,200 Jewish refugees were killed, as well as the memory of all the murdered Serbs, Jews and Roma during the German occupation of Serbia in the II World War. In this regard, he praised the activities organized to that end, in previous years, by the city of Kfar Saba and its residents, and especially the activities of “Ben Gurion” school its teachers, pupils and parents. He emphasized that each year in Serbia commemorative events take place on the memorial sites dedicated to “Kladovo transport”, in Beolgrade, Sabac, nearby Zasavica and Pancevo. Also, he informed about the “Seminars on Jewish families” that are held each May in Kladovo, and are dedicated to the preservation of the memory of the victims of the convoy. Ambassador stressed he feels proud of the then residents of Kladovo and Sabac, who did all that was in their power, under the circumstances, to ease the struggle of the Jews and save them. He underlined the importance of the memory of the Holocaust and educating the young generations about it, because it is the only way of preventing it from ever happening again.         


Citizens of the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis and the Republic of Palau Do Not Need Serbian Visa

In accordance with the decision by the Government of the Republic of Serbia, starting from January 25, 2019 the citizens of the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis and the Republic of Palau, holders of all types of passports, can enter, transit and stay in the Republic of Serbia without a visa up to 90 days from the date of the first entry into the country, within the period of 180 days. 

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