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Monday - Friday: 8:30 - 16:30 hours
The Consular Section is open to public: 9:00 - 12:00 hours


106, Vasilissis Sofias Ave.
11527 ATHENS

Phone: + 30210 / 777-43-44 Directions/Map
Phone: + 30210 / 777-43-55 Jurisdiction
Fax:     + 30210 / 779-64-36 Honorary Consulates
E-mail: beograd@hol.gr  
web: http://www.athens.mfa.gov.rs  
Consular Department 106, Vasilissis Sofias Ave., 11527 ATHENS, GREECE


Your financial contributions for our citizens affected by the terrible floods in Serbia can be deposited to the dedicated Greek account, with following payment instructions:

Recipient: Embassy of the Republic of Serbia
Bank: Alpha Bank AE Athens
Account Number: 112 00 2002 021470
IBAN: GR43 0140 1120 1120 0200 2021 470

The payment of humanitarian assistance, through the PayPal service, can be made on the address floodrelief.gov.rs

The Embassy most kindly invite you to send your contributions and support Serbia's efforts to reduce the consequences of the tragic floods and we are very appreciative to those who have already offered their help and expressed their solidarity with Serbian people.  

Working regime of the Embassy during the holidays

Due to the holidays, the Embassy will be closed on 25 December 2015, 1, 6 and 7 January 2016. In case of urgency, phone numbers are +30 210 777 4430,  + 30 210 777 4344 and + 30 210 777 4355.

Visit of the Delegation of Serbian Army to Greece

Upon the invitation of the Chief of Staff of the Hellenic Army Lieutenant-General Mr. Vasilios Telidis, Mr. Milosav Simović, Lieutenant-General, the commander and a delegation of the Army of Serbia, visited Greece in the period from 24 to 26 November 2015. 

Besides Mr. Telidis, Mr. Simović was also received by the Alternate Minister of National Defense Mr. Dimitris Vitsas, as well as the Chief of Staff of National Defense Admiral Evangelis Apostolakis.

During the three-day visit to Greece, Serbian delegation visited the Centre for training of armored units of the Army of Greece (in Avlona) and the Military Academy "Evelpidon" (In Vari Atiki) near Athens.


Why Kosovo is ineligible for membership in UNESCO?



On the next link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kU1JwflxFg you can find the video "THE TRUTH - NO KOSOVO UNESCO".

- Because the request for its membership is a serious breach of the international law, the Constitution of UNESCO,  the legally binding UN Security Council resolution 1244 (1999) and the Charter of the UN whose Article 25 says that “The Members of the UN agree to accept and carry out the decisions of the Security Council in accordance with the present Charter”.
- Because according to the UN Security Council resolution 1244, which reaffirms the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (now Serbia), Kosovo and Metohija is an integral part of the Republic of Serbia, under the administration of the UN. Since Kosovo cannot be considered a State, it does not fulfill the basic requirement for membership set out by the UNESCO Constitution.
- Because unilateral attempts such as this one seriously harm and disrupt the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, under the auspices of the European Union in which mutually acceptable solutions for many complex issues have been devised so far. The issue of the Serbian cultural heritage and the property of the Serbia Orthodox Church has not yet been discussed within the dialogue where it belongs.

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