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Phone: +9723 / 604-55-35 Directions/Map
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Fax:      +9723 / 604-94-56 Honorary Consuls
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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


Ensemble For New Music „The Construction Site“ Performs in Tel Aviv

The „Construction Site“ ensemble for modern music from Belgrade has, with its performance on December 13, 2016, opened a new concert season of contemporary music in the Clermont Hall of the University of Tel Aviv.

Pianist Neda Hofman, mezzo soprano Ana Radovanovic, flutist Marina Nenadovic and cellist Srdjan Sretenovic, performing pieces by Serbian and Israeli contemporary composers, have in a virtuous way presented Serbian musical culture to the Israeli public.

Present at the concert were H.E. Milutin Stanojevic Ambassador of Serbia to Israel, Israeli composers whose pieces were performed, members of the Israeli composers’ association, as well as professors and students of the Tel Aviv University’s Mehta-Buhman Academia.    

The Church Choral Society “Branko” from Nis visits Israel

The Church Choral Society “Branko” from Nis performed on November 27 at the Auditorium of the Notre Dame Cemter in Jerusalem. This concert was organized on the initiative of the members of the society, through the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Israel, with the blessing and the support by the Serbian Patriarch Irinej and the Patriarch of Jerusalem and all Palestine Theophilos III.

The turnout at the concert was very good, and apart from the members of the diplomatic corps, it was attended by the representatives of the Jerusalem Patriarchate headed by the Patriarch Theophilos III.

After a few introductory, salutatory hymns performed by the St. Jacob Orthodox Cathedral Choir from Jerusalem, the choir “Branko” presented the local public, in the best way, with its excellent performance, the Serbian spiritual and secular choir music.   

Remembrance Day

On the occasion of the Remembrance Day, a commemorative ceremony was held on November 13 at the Military Cemetery in Ramla, near Tel Aviv. At the cemetery, as well as in all of Israel, there is no distinct Serbian military memorial and traditionally the ceremony in the memory of the victims of World War I is organized by the British Embassy.

Representatives of Israeli institutions and Military, Israeli veterans, diplomatic and military representatives took part in the ceremony.

On behalf of the Embassy of Serbia, H.E. Ambassador Milutin Stanojevic and DA Col. Predrag Kostic laid a wreath.

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