Serbia Consulates

Foreign Consulates Abroad
 

  Serbia Consulates in:



Argentina - Cordoba
Argentina - Presidencia Roque Saenz Pena
Argentina - Rosario
Australia - Sydney
Austria - Graz
Austria - Salzburg
Bangladesh - Dhaka
Belgium - Antwerp
Bolivia - La Paz
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Banja Luka
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Mostar
Brazil - Curitiba
Brazil - Rio de Janeiro
Canada - Montreal
Canada - Toronto
Canada - Vancouver
Chile - Santiago
China - Shanghai
Costa Rica - San Jose
Croatia - Rijeka
Croatia - Vukovar
Cyprus - Larnaca
Dominican Republic - Santo Domingo
France - Lyon
France - Strasbourg
Gabon - Libreville
Germany - Dusseldorf
Germany - Frankfurt am Main
Germany - Hamburg
Germany - Munich
Germany - Stuttgart
Ghana - Accra
Greece - Argostoli
Greece - Thessaloniki
Honduras - Tegucigalpa
Hungary - Szeged
Iceland - Reykjavik
India - Chennai
India - Mumbai
Ireland - Dublin
Italy - Bari
Italy - Firenze
Italy - Milan
Italy - Trieste
Jamaica - Kingston
Japan - Osaka
Lebanon - Beirut
Macedonia - Bitola
Mali - Bamako
Malta - Valletta
Mexico - Monterrey
Montenegro - Herceg Novi
Morocco - Casablanca
Nicaragua - Managua
Nigeria - Lagos
Pakistan - Karachi
Paraguay - Asuncion
Philippines - Manila
Poland - Katowice
Portugal - Porto
Romania - Timisoara
Seychelles - Victoria
Sierra Leone - Freetown
Slovakia - Kosice
South Africa - Cape Town
Spain - Barcelona
Sri Lanka - Colombo
Sudan - Khartoum
Switzerland - Zurich
Togo - Lome
Turkey - Istanbul
Turkey - Izmir
Uganda - Kampala
United States - Chicago
United States - Cleveland
United States - Denver
United States - New Orleans
Uruguay - Montevideo


Information Serbia Consulates

Foreign consulates of Serbia are bilateral missions abroad. The consulates of Serbia promote foreign interests abroad. Consulates are subordinate to the embassies and focus on more specific activities.

A Consulate or Consulate-General of Serbia is a diplomatic representative office or mission. The head of the Consulate or Consulate-General is a Consul or a Consul General.

A Honorary Consulate of Serbia is generally a independent person who executes certain consular duties. A Honorory Consulate is headed by a Honorory Consul who often works as the diplomatic representative on a part-time basis and often has limited powers.