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Phone: + 4131 / 352-63-53,  352-63-55 Directions/Map
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PRENDRE UN RENDEZ-VOUS POUR PASSEPORT
Veuillez noter que, à partir du 3 juin 2019, vous devez prendre rendez-vous afin de demander un nouveau passeport biométrique de la République de Serbie. Les rendez-vous peuvent être pris chaque jour ouvrable du lundi au vendredi (sauf les jours fériés) de 09 à 16 heures, au numéro de téléphone suivant + 41 (0)31 352 6353.


BOOKING AN APPOINTMENT FOR PASSPORT
Please be advised that, starting from 3. June 2019, you are required to make an appointment in order to apply for a new biometric passport of the Republic of Serbia. Appointments can be booked each working day, from Monday to Friday (except on holidays) from 09-16 h, on the following telephone number: + 41 (0)31 352 6353.


 
 
 
PROMOTION OF THE BOOK "TOMBOLA" OF THE SWISS AUTHOR THOMAS KADELBACH AND THE CONCERT OF THE KUD "DOBROSAV RADOVANOVIC-KIKAC" AT THE EMBASSY, 28.06.2019.

At the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Bern, on June 28 2019, took place the promotion of the book "Tombola" by the Swiss author Thomas Kadelbach. The excerpts from the novel, whose action takes place in Belgrade, was read in Serbian and German language by the author himself and the president of the association "Mileva Marić Einstein", Jelena Mitrović. Their presentation was followed by guitarist Dejan Zorić, performing famous and old Belgrade tunes, thus bringing to the audience the spirit of Belgrade.    Later in the evening, KUD "Dobrosav Radovanovic Kikac", one of our most successful ensembles in Switzerland, which last year celebrated 50 years of existence, presented some of the oldest and rarely performed folk songs from the rich Serbian cultural heritage. Music background made authentic and rare Serbian instruments.   On behalf of the Embassy, the audience was greeted by Consul Predrag Mandić. He emphasized that the performance of these old folk songs, some of which originate from Kosovo and Metohija, has a greater importance due to Vidovdan, national holiday celebrated on June 28th, which has a strong historical significance for the Serbs.

 


REACTION OF THE EMBASSY OF SERBIA REGARDING THE ARTICLE IN THE DAILY NEWSPAPER NEUE ZÜRCHER ZEITUNG, BY OLIVER SCHMITT, PUBLISHED ON JUNE 18, 2019

You can see the Embassy's reaction here


CHOIR “BRANKO” FROM NIŠ IN SWITZERLAND, April 30 - May 3, 2019

       "Children-Youth Church Choir Branko" visited Switzerland from April 30 to May 03. The visit was organized by the Parish of St. Three Jerarhs and the Francophone-Serbian School of Music in Western Switzerland.
       On that occasion, the church choir "Branko" held the "Easter concert" at the Temple de Chailly Cathedral in Lausanne, on May 2, 2019. In one-hour program, the oldest Serbian children-youth church choir which has 40 singers, performed famous compositions in front of the representatives of the City of Lausanne, the Swiss audience and Srbian diaspora. On behalf of the Embassy, the concert was attended by cultural attache Natalija Gunjic.
        On Friday, May 3rd, the children from Serbia were guests of the Embassy. They were welcomed by Ambassador Snežana Jankovic, who emphasized the support to the organizers from Lausanne and professor Nina Sofronski, coordinator of the Francophone-Serbian School of Music, who has traditionally organized visits by Serbian children and joint concerts with the children from Switzerland. After performing several songs at the Embassy, the children visited the Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Cyril and Methodius in Belpe.

 


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