| |     ћирилица | latinica  
Home

Visit Serbia
SIEPA

 

   
 
Contact

 

Working Hours
Sunday - Thursday : 9:00 - 16:00 hours


The Consular Section is open to public

on Monday and Wednesday from 10.00-13.00

Holidays

Address
33, Al Mansour Mohamed St.,
ZAMALEK
CAIRO
ARAB REPUBLIC OF EGYPT

Phone: + 202 / 2735-40-61 Directions/Map
Phone: + 202 / 2736-54-94,  2736-70-94 Jurisdiction
Fax:      + 202 / 2735-39-13 Honorary Consulates
E-mail: serbia@serbiaeg.com; embrscairo@gmail.com  
E-mail: konzul@serbiaeg.com  
web: http://www.cairo.mfa.gov.rs  

 


 
 
 
Interview of the Serbian Ambassador to The Egiptyan TV

First Channel of Egyptian TV broadcasted 05.10. and 12.10. two parts Interview with Serbian Ambassador in Cairo, Dragan Bisenic. In the Interview  has been spoken about mutual relationships between Serbia and Egypt, further prospective of those relationships, meetings of the Presidents and Ministries of Foreign Affairs two countries, dialog on highest level current foreign political priorities  of Serbia. 


President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi met his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vučić at the sidelines of the 72th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations

Two presidents discussed bilateral relations, cooperation in the field of tourism and Serbia's support in the global fight against terrorism. Vučić stressed that there is a decades-long friendship between Serbia and Egypt, that it is necessary to develop bilateral relations faster, and work on increasing trade. He also stressed that an atmosphere has been created for the re-launching of the two countries' cooperation committees.
President El Sisi emphasized that he wants to work on improving the relations between the two countries, as well as on organizing a mutual visit, which will greatly contribute to improving the cooperation between Serbia and Egypt.


ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT VISA REGIME BETWEEN REPUBLIC OF SERBIA AND ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN

Please note that the Decision on waiver of visa regime for the holders of ordinary Iranian passports has entered into force on 2 September 2017 providing visa free entry, transit and stay up to 30 days in Republic of Serbia.


Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Daily News 
Statements 
Photo Gallery 


National Assembly

President of the Republic of Serbia

Serbian Government

Ministry of Foreign Affairs