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The Consular Section is open to public:Monday, Wednesday, Friday from  9:00 - 12:00 hours


San Li Tun, Dong 6 Jie 1

Phone: +8610/ 6532-3516, 6532-3016 (emergency contact no.) Directions/Map
Phone: +8610/ 6532-5413, 6532-1693 Jurisdiction
Correspondence in Chinese Language:
+8610/ 6532-1562
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E-mail: embserbia@embserbia.cn  
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Government of Serbia has declared three days of national mourning - Book of condolences is open at the Embassy of Serbia in Beijing
Following the tragic loss of lives at the “Vladislav Ribnikar” Elementary School shooting in Belgrade on 3 May 2023,the Government of Serbia has declared three days of national mourning, from 5 May to 7 May 2023.
A book of condolence will open at the Embassy (San Li Tun, Dong 6 Jie 1, 100600 Beijing). Members of the public who wish to leave written tributes can do so during the following opening hours on:
5 May 2023 10:00 a.m. to 16.00 p.m. 
8 May 2023 10:00 a.m. to 16.00 p.m. 
Please be advised that visitors to the Embassy will be subject to security checks. 
For those unable to attend in person, an online book of condolence can be signed at: embserbia@embserbia.cn
The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia is grateful for all the messages of support we have received.

Continuation of outstanding overall relations between Serbia, China

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic spoke today with Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to Serbia Chen Bo about the continuation of the development of outstanding bilateral relations in the political, economic and foreign trade fields.

During the meeting, Brnabic placed special emphasis on the growth of economic cooperation, underlining that the volume of trade in goods in 2021 amounted to €5.3 billion, with the growth of Serbian exports by 157.7%.
According to her, in just five months of this year, the exchange was €2.62 billion, which is almost 40 percent more compared to 2021, and growth was also recorded when it comes to exports (more than 76 percent), as and imports (about 32 percent).
She said that in the past year, China was the second largest foreign trade partner of Serbia, and pointed out that during the last decade, Serbia's exports to China increased 152 times, and that in the past three years alone, since 2019, it has tripled.
Also, as she added, out of the five largest Serbian exporters to the world last year, as many as three companies are owned by Chinese investors, which achieved a total export of €1.9 billion.
The Prime Minister expressed her special satisfaction regarding the renewal of the direct Belgrade-Beijing airline line of a Chinese company, as well as the scheduled regular flights of Air Serbia from the end of October.
Speaking about the current political situation in the world, Brnabic said that Serbia supports the one-China policy and considers Taiwan an integral part of the People's Republic of China, and underlined that this position will not change.
Ambassador Chen Bo thanked Serbia for its consistent position and support for China in this matter.
She added that Serbia, on the other hand, can still count on the continuous support of China on the international level, but also the development and improvement of cooperation in other fields, such as the Green Agenda, energy, biotechnology and the development of new technologies.

Statehood Day and Serbian Army Day Reception held in Beijing
On first of March the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia and the Defence Attache of the Republic of Serbia to the People's Republic of China organized the joint celebration of the Statehood Day of the Republic of Serbia and the Day of the Serbian Armed Forces in Beijing. Reception was attended by more than 300 guests, including 60 ambassadors and heads of missions in Beijing, numerous representatives of the diplomatic corps, representatives of the Chinese ministries, agencies and instituitions, as well as Serbian diaspora in China. The Embassy's guest of honor at the reception was the Special Envoy for Europe of the Government of the People's Republic of China Wu Hungbo, while the chief guest of the Defence Attache was the Director General of the Institute of Engineering of the Military Academy, Major General Xiong Mingfeng.
In her adress to the guests, Ambassador Stefanović emphasized the importance of the First Serbian Uprising and the Sretenje Constitution of Serbia in the context of the restoration of statehood and the development of a modern Serbian state. Underlining that Serbia remains committed to the development and promotion of peace and stability, she pointed out that Serbia strives to develop relations with all countries on the basis of equality. She said that Serbia is developing relations with our neighbors, continuing the path to full membership in the EU and is dedicated developing relations, both with great powers and traditionally friendly countries around the world. She particularly underlined the importance of the struggle to preserve the territorial integrity and national sovereignty of Serbia in regards with the issue of Kosovo and Metohija, and stressed that Serbia, while preserving its own territorial integrity and insisting on respecting the aforementioned principle without exception, also respects the territorial integrity of other countries, the principles of international law and the UN Charter.
She particularly emphasized the importance of China's support for the territorial integrity of Serbia, as well as the importance of further overall development of relations between Serbia and China, with an emphasis on the upward trend in economic, investment and trade cooperation. She emphasized the importance of cultural cooperation, commending the work of the Cultural Center of Serbia in Beijing and the Cultural Center of China in Belgrade, along with the promotion of cooperation in the field of new technologies. She informed the guests that on the occasion of Statehood Day, this year, the the President of Serbia, A. Vučić awarded the previous ambassador of China to Serbia, amb. Chen Bo and Professor Ma Si Pu, who also attended the reception, for their personal contribution to the development of relations between Serbia and China.

National Day of the Republic of Serbia

Today, on 15th of February, we celebrate the National Day of the Republic of Serbia, commemorating the first Serbian uprising in 1804 and the adoption of the first Serbian Constitution in 1835.

Greetings from Ambassador Maja Stefanović on the occasion of the Lunar New Year

Dear friends, I wish you a happy and successful New Year of the Dragon.

I am convinced that China will continue to follow the paths of success, progress and prosperity, and that cooperation and strategic partnership between Serbia and China will continue to strengthen..

May the Year of the Dragon bring health, joy and success!



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