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Applying for passports at the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Brussels on Wednesdays from 15:00 to 18:00, with previous appointment

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Brussels, starting from July 1, 2019, will receive requests for issuing passports and will deliver passports also on Wednesdays from 15:00 to 18:00, with previous appointment.

The appointment for Wednesday from 15:00 to 18:00 hours can be scheduled on the phone 02 / 649-83-49.

Person with scheduled appointment is to arrive at least 15 minutes earlier. Persons who cannot come to the Embassy in the scheduled time are asked to inform the Embassy, as soon as they find out that that they cannot come.


Serbian Night in Brussels - Balkan Traffic Festival

In organization of the Balkan Trafic Festival and with the support of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Brussels, on the open stage in the Royal Park in Brussels, on 28th of June, the Serbian night was organized.

At this event, the first in the series of representation of countries from our region, the Cultural-Art Society Izvor from Paris, which, after a short workshop, performed a full-length concert consisting of a series of dances and songs from all over Serbia. After the concert, the documentary film "Promise" by Dušan Gajić and director Željko Mirković was shown. This film already won 9 international documentary awards at the festivals in Serbia, France, USA and Italy. A Promise is a film about the unusual venture of a French family who settled in the village of Roglje near Negotin in order to produce organic wine for the international market together with locals.

Visitors had the opportunity to see part of the exhibition "Ivo Andric - writer and diplomat" which follows the life and work life of Ivo Andic as diplomats, organized by the City Museum of Belgrade, with the help of the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia. The author of the exhibition is Mrs. Tatjana Koricanac, Director of the Museum of the City of Belgrade and curator of the Museum of Ivo Andric. Also, on the Serbian evening, materials related to the "Study in Serbia" program, as well as the presentation of Novi Sad, the European capital city of youth in 2019 and the European Capital of Culture in 2021, were distributed.

Vesna Lalic, Head of the Consular Section in the Embassy, addressed the attendees and besides general information about Serbia, she pointed out the significance of the platform Serbia creates, under which logo Serbia was presented at this event and the "Study in Serbia" program, realized in cooperation of  Ministry of Education and Tempus Foundation.




Superior Taste Award for the Serbian manufacturers

Тhe International Taste Institute, the leading organization for assessment and certification of tastes, awarded the Superior Taste Award for five premium products from Serbia. Traditional Serbian high-quality products - dried plums, raspberry spreads, cold pumpkin oil from pumpkin seeds, raw honey with lyophilized plum powder and ajvar have been given the most famous, independent worldwide certificate in the field of food consumer goods. The companies Agranela from Valjevo, Real Red Raspberry from Becej, Ecovital from Bikić Dol, Happy Honey from Belgrade / Kučevo and Strela from Leskovac were awarded.
On the occasion, on the basis of the proposal of the USAID Competitive Economy Project, which supported by Serbian manufacturers and representatives of the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications of the Republic of Serbia, a presentation of these products was organized at the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Brussels and the Mission of the Republic of Serbia to the EU, for representatives of the federal and local authorities of the Kingdom of Belgium and EU institutions, as well as for business entities and representatives of several chambers of commerce from the Belgian regions. The presentation was attended by about 70 people.
The attendees were addressed by M. Jovicevic, Ambassador of R. Serbia in K. Belgium, who pointed out the importance of this award for the further development of the food industry in Serbia and the promotion of the Serbian high quality food industry abroad, and Jasmina Debeljak Markovic from USAID, who pointed out that the world's largest retail chains worldwide increasingly recognize the Superior Taste Award as a high-quality certificate, manufacturers which won prizes for their products gain a significant advantage over domestic and international competition because the award recommend them to consumers.



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