China Embassy in Serbia

 Visa Application Form of PRC

Ambassador: Mr. Li Manchang
Address: Užička 25, 11000 Beograd, Serbia
Tel: +381-11-3695057
Fax: +381-11-3066001

Consular Office of Chinese Embassy in Serbia

Address: Augusta Cesarca 2V, 11000 Beograd
Tel: +381-11-2067917 (English)
Fax: +381-11-3693163
Working Hours (except holidays):
Tuesday  9:00am - 11:30am  2:00pm - 4:00pm
Wednesday  9:00am - 11:30am
Thursday  9:00am - 11:30am

Notice about the Mutual Visa Exemption between China and Serbia

From 15 January 2017, citizens of Serbia can enter China without a visa for a stay of not exceeding 30 days. Visitors need to bring valid passport, return/onward ticket, accommodation arrangement, and enough travel fees.

However, if they plan to stay for more than 30 days, or they want to study, work, engage in media activities or reside in China, they need to apply for a visa in advance.

Basic Facts of Serbia

Population: 10.7 million (2013)
Religion: Orthodox Church
National Anthem: "Heil, Slav"
National Stone: Coral
Official Language: Serbo 

President: Boris Tadic came in at the election on June, 2004 and won a reappointment on February, 2008. 

Location: Situated in the north-central area of Balkan Peninsula, Serbia borders Romania on the northeast, Bulgaria on the east, Macedonia on the southeast, Albania on the south, Montenegro on the southwest, Bosnia-Herzegovina on the west and Croatia on the northwest. 

Capital: Belgrade lies in the core location of Balkan Peninsula. It stands in the confluence of the Danube and Sava rivers. Because of its location as a portage point, it is the significant liaison between Europe and the Near East. The charming Sava River runs through its downtown and divides Belgrade into two parts. One is the antique old city zone, and the other is the modern city zone with high-rise buildings. 

Brief History: From 6th century to 7th century, some Slavs had immigrated to the Balkan Peninsula. After 9th century, a country Serbia was formed and joined the Yugoslavia after the World War One. After the World War Two, it became one of the six republic countries of the Federal Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia. In 1990, the original Yugoslavia started to collapse, and then Serbia and Montenegro constituted the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in the next year. However, the latter Yugoslavia was renamed Serbia and Montenegro on February 4, 2003. The Republic of Montenegro declared independence on June 3, 2006, so the republic of Serbia claimed to inherit the subject of Serbia and Montenegro in the International Law.

 Please contact Embassy of Serbia in China if Serbians are in problems there.

 Related China Embassies in Europe: Slovak, Slovenia, Spain

- Last modified on Sep. 11, 2018 -
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