| |     ћирилица | latinica  
Home
NATIONAL DAY RECEPTION

13.02.2020. - On February 13, the Embassy organized a reception on the occasion of the National Day of the Republic of Serbia, and marking 100 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations with the Holy See, ie. of the opening of the Apostolic Nunciature in Belgrade. The reception was attended by the Secretary of State of the Holy See, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, who addressed the audience.

Ambassador Dejan Šahović said that at present, and in recent years for that matter, communication and interaction between Serbia and Holy See has been constructive, characterized by common understanding on many issues of mutual interest. In the last two years a number of high-level meetings took place. These high-level discussions demonstrated that we share views on how some of the outstanding internatinal problems should be dealt with.

In the regional context of the Balkans, we both recognize hat dialog and reconciliation are key words. Serbia highly appreciates that the Holy See has been a consistent promoter of such an approach in contacts with all regional partners. Especially important is the fact that the Holy See maintained this approach vis-à-vis the dialog between Belgrade and Priština and the status of Kosovo and Metohija. We are grateful for that. Equally, we highly value the Holy See`s continuous and strong advocacy for a more rapid integration of the Western Balkans into the European Union, since membership in the EU is priority objective of Serbia.

Serbia's population is predominantly Christian Orhodox. Nevertheless, a sizeble Catholic community lives in Serbia as well, which is an important part of society. He also underlined that relations between the Government and the Catholic Church in Serbia were also very positive and developing further in the same direction.

In his address, The Secretary of  State of the Holy See spoke about the most important moments in the diplomatic relations of the two countries. At the end of the presentation he emphasized that bilateral relations of Serbia and the Holy See are strengtening, due to regular political dialogue at the highest and high levels. The Secretary of State of the Holy See indicated that Serbia and the Holy See have good international cooperation, as they share universal values such as peace, security, human rights and enviromental protection.

 
 

President Vučić meets His Holiness Pope Francis

12.09.2019.

President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić met today in the Vatican with His Holiness Pope Francis with whom he discussed bilateral relations, Euro-integrations of Serbia, regional and international cooperation.

Photo Presidency/ Dimitrije Goll

President Vučić emphasised that the cooperation between the Republic of Serbia and the Roman Catholic Church is very good and that it remains at a very constructive level, accompanied by mutual esteem. He said that Serbia is determined to continuously nurture and enhance the relations with the Holy See and added that next year we will mark the 100th anniversary of the establishment of our diplomatic relations.

During the meeting, President Vučić pointed out that the relations between the Republic of Serbia and the Holy See are marked by the congruence of standpoints in important international issues. Above all, those issues are related to the protection of Christians and the Christian heritage and the improvement of their human rights. With that respect, President Vučić indicated the outstanding importance of the protection, respect and improvement of the rights of the Serbian and other non-Albanian population in Kosovo and Metohija, the protection and renewal of the Serbian religious and cultural heritage in Kosovo and Metohija, and in particular of the Orthodox churches and monasteries under the UNESCO protection.

Photo Presidency/ Dimitrije Goll

„We highly appreciate the principled position of the Holy See regarding the non-recognition of the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo as well as the understanding for the position of Serbia which is based on the respect of the international law", emphasised President Vučić and thanked for the constructive approach of the Holy See with that respect. „Serbia remains firmly convinced that the talks represent the only way for the solution to all the open questions and that is why - even after the introduction of taxes - we sustained from reciprocal measures and any other moves that would additionally aggravate the existing situation. Our side keeps maintaining the constructive efforts aimed at finding a sustainable and compromise solution for the issue of Kosovo and Metohija, solely through dialogue. However, the Priština side - by undertaking irrational unilateral moves and through continuous provocations - keeps incapacitating any dialogue and agreement", stressed President Vučić.

Photo Presidency/ Dimitrije Goll

During the talks with His Holiness Pope Francis, President Vučić expressed his sincere gratitude to the Holy See and Pope Francis for the support they extend to the European integrations of Serbia. „We particularly appreciate the efforts aimed at acceleration of Euro-integration process of the Western Balkans region into the EU, and the encouragement to the member-states to assist and support this process", said President Vučić and indicated that the EU membership represents one of the foreign policy priorities of Serbia. He added that the recent visits of His Holiness to the Western Balkans exemplify strong political support to the entire region providing a significant contribution to the strengthening of dialogue, the spirit of humanity and solidarity as well as support in the context of strategically important political issues for the whole region.


Photo Presidency/ Dimitrije Goll

President Vučić and His Holiness Pope Francis also tackled the strengthening of cooperation in the fields of culture, historical sciences as well as in the joint projects of the scientific institutes of Serbia and the Holy See.
 


First political consultations between the Republic of Serbia and the Holy See

 

At the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, the first political consultations were held between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia and the Secretariat for Relations with States of the Holy See.

The consultations were led by Secretary General of the Ministry Veljko Odalovic and Monsignor Antoine Kamilleri, Undersecretary for Relations with Stetes of the Holy See.

During the consultations, it was noted that the bilateral relations  are developing on good and constructive grounds. Both sides expressed their readiness to further strengthen and intensify bilateral dialogue on a range of issues of common interest on the bilateral and international agenda.

Secretary General Veljko Odalovic briefed his interlocutor on the security and political situation in Kosovo and Metohija, the position of the Serb and non-Albanian populations, as well as on the current status of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue.

In addition to global challenges such as the issue of migrants and refugees, particular attention has been paid to the process of European integration and issues of relevance to the Western Balkans region, in particular the efforts that Serbia and the Holy See are investing in promotion of peace, interethnic tolerance and reconciliation in the region.


Ambassador Dejan Šahović presented his Credential Letters to the Sovereign Order of Malta

20 March 2018 - Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the Sovereign Order of Malta, H.E. Dejan Šahović, has presented today his Letters of Credence to the Lieutenant of the Grand Master – Fra’ Giacomo Dalla Torre del Tempio di Sanguinetto.


MINISTER DACIC MET WITH SECRETARY OF STATE OF HIS HOLINESS THE POPE CARDINAL PIETRO PAROLIN

During the visit to the Holy See First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic also met with Secretary of State of His Holiness the Pope Cardinal Pietro Parolin.

In addition to discussing advancement of bilateral relations and cooperation, they also addressed the issue of Kosovo and Metohija.

Minister Dacic informed Cardinal Parolin about the current status of negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina and underlined genuine commitment of the Republic of Serbia to dialogue.

Secretary of State Parolin pointed out that the Holy See was closely following the developments in the Balkans and Belgrade-Pristina negotiations in that context.

The head of Serbian diplomacy once again expressed gratitude to Secretary of State Parolin for the principled position of the Holy See not to recognize the unilateral declaration of independence of Kosovo.


SERBIA AND THE HOLY SEE STEP UP BILATERAL RELATIONS

January 30, 2018 - First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met in the Vatican with H.E. Arch. Paul R. Gallagher, Secretary for Relations with States of the Holy See.

In the talks, they reaffirmed the importance of bilateral relations and cooperation and expressed readiness to step them up further through exchange of high-level visits and setting up mechanisms for regular political consultations.

Among other things, Arch. Gallagher expressed the interest of the Holy See in working with the Republic of Serbia in the field of protection of Christian heritage in Kosovo and Metohija.

Minister Dacic expressed gratitude to Arch. Gallagher for the Holy See's principled position not to recognize the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo and extended an invitation to him to visit Serbia.
 


Ambassador Dejan Šahović presents his credential letters to Pope Francis

On Thursday, 19 October 2017, H.E. Mr. Dejan Šahović presented his credential letters to His Holiness Pope Francis as the ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the Republic of Serbia to the Holy See. 


Giorno della memoria

Sabato, 5 agosto 2017, nella Chiesa russa di Santa Caterina a Roma, è stato ricordato il Giorno della memoria dei serbi cacciati e sfollati durate l’operazione “Oluja” (“Tempesta”).

La comunità serba di Roma ha partecipato alla Sacra Liturgia celebrata dall’Arciprete StavroforRaskoRadovic, in seguito alla quale si è tenuta una Cerimonia commemorativa per i serbi cacciati e sfollati nell’operazione “Oluja” e per tutti le vittime innocenti cadute nei conflitti degli anni Novanta.

Alla Liturgia e alla Cerimonia commemorativa erano presenti i rappresentanti della diaspora serba e i membri dell’Associazione – Comunità religiosa “Sveti Sava”, insieme al personale delle Ambasciate della Repubblica di Serbia presso il Quirinale e la Santa Sede.

Ricordiamo che nell’operazione “Oluja” (anno 1995), in un’azione congiunta dell’Esercito croato e della Polizia croata, e sotto gli occhi della Comunità internazionale, più di 220.000 persone sono state mandate via dai loro secolari focolari domestici, ovvero dalle aree in Croazia abitate dall’etnia serba quali Dalmazia settentrionale, Lika, Banija e Kordun , le quali erano sotto la tutela delle Nazioni Unite.

Il Centro documentale e informatico “Veritas”ha redatto una banca dati delle vittime e tra 1.853 nominativi dei serbi caduti e scomparsi i 1.202 risultano civili, vale a dire il 65%. IlSrpskoNarodnoVijece” (“Consiglio popolare serbo”)  ha preparato una presentazione sul web la quale mostra tutti i fatti riguardo alla cacciata dei serbi nel 1995 : http://snv.hr/oluja-u-haagu


Official visit to the Republic of Serbia of the Grand Hospitaller of the Order of Malta

Belgrade,  December 8th 2016
Following the invitation of H.E. Zlatibor Lončar, Minister of Health of the Republic of Serbia, to an official visit to Belgrade, the Grand Hospitaller of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, H.E. Prince Dominique de la Rochefocauld-Montbel arrived today at the Capital’s airport, welcomed by the Assistant to the Minister of Health, Dr. Zoran Mihailovic, and by the Ambassador of the Order, Alberto di Luca.


The event is a matter of the utmost importance and significance, since it has been the first official visit to Serbia of a member of the Goverment of the Order, witnessing the advantageous development of relations and bilateral cooperation.


The meeting between the two Ministers has taken place at Palace Serbia, seat of the Government, in a friendly atmosphere, with the reciprocal purpose of studying in deep, various topics of common interest.

  


In the colloquy, Minister Zlatibor Lončar, expressed to the Grand Hospitaller Dominique de la Rochefoucauld-Montbel the  gratitude of the Government for the various humanitarian, hospital and social activities achieved in recent years in Serbia by the Embassy of the Order of Malta, with particular reference to the successful project “Make a WISH to the Sovereign Order of Malta” – largely resonant with the Country’s media- accomplished in 2015 and 2016, and already planned for 2017, involving hundreds of young men and ladies who saw their desires fulfilled.


Equal appreciation was expressed for the work of the volunteers of the Order, coordinated by the German Malteser International and by the Hungarian Melitense Association in favour of the ill and elderly, and in recent times refugees from the Middle Eastern countries in the proximity of the Hungarian border.


The Grand Hospitaller and the Minister, have further discussed, according to the experience of recent years, the possibility of improvements to the current text of the bilateral Humanitarian Agreement with the purpose of adapting it to the most recent necessities, and making it more effective for their resolution.


A lunch for the delegation of the sovereign Order of Mlata, was given by the State Secretary Vladimir Djukić.


The visit of the Grand Hospitalier was continued to the Palace of Government, with a meeting with H.E. Aleksandar Vulin, Minister of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Policy, regarding various issues and projects of social interest that will be undertaken by both parties.


H.E. the Grand Hospitaller, at the conclusion of his working day in Belgrade, reached the seat of the Embassy of the Order where he presided over a meeting with Ambassador di Luca and his staff, and later received the visit of His Holiness’ Apostolic Nuncio, H.E. Rev. Mons. Luciano Suriani and the catholic Archbishop of Belgrade H.E. Rev. Mons. Stanislav Hocevar.


MFA I. Dacic received newly appointed Apostolic Nuncio

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic received today a courtesy call from the newly-appointed Apostolic Nuncio of the Holy See to the Republic of Serbia, Archbishop Luciano Suriani.

Minister Dacic welcomed Nuncio Suriani and expressed satisfaction with good bilateral relations between the two states, as evidenced by the intensified high-level dialogue. The Minister expressed his thanks for the principled position of the Holy See regarding non-recognition of the unilateral declaration of independence of Kosovo and the dedication to the preservation of the Christian heritage in Kosovo and Metohija.

In the talks, both sides noted the interest to further promote their cooperation and stressed the importance of continuing the ecumenical dialogue.
 


Apostolic Nuncio paid an official visit to the Serbian Patriarch

25. February 2016.  His Holiness Irinej, Serbian Patriarch, received His Eminence Archbishop Luciano Suriani, the Apostolic Nuncio to Serbia, at the Serbian Patriarchate on 25 February 2016. His Excellency made his first visit to Serbian Patriarch since his appointment to the diplomatic service in Serbia.


Book of the condolences

In the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia to the Holy See and Sovereign Order of Malta on 22 and 23 February 2016 a book of the condolences was opened with regard to the tragic death of our colleagues from the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Lybia, Sladjana Stankovic and Jovica Stepic.


Representatives of the State Secretariat of the Holy See and Sovereign Order of Malta, as well as many representatives of diplomatic missions accredited to the Holy See and Sovereign Order of Malta signed the book and expressed their condolences.


Libro di condoglianze

    

L’Ambasciata della Repubblica di Serbia presso la Santa Sede e presso Sovrano Militare Ordine di Malta comunica che in seguito alla tragica morte dei due funzionari dell’Ambasciata della Repubblica di Serbia a Tripoli, Sladjana Stankovic e Jovica Stepic, i quali hanno perso la vita il 19 febbraio u.s. nell’attacco aereo americano alla base dei terroristi nella città libica di Sabrata, sarà aperto il libro di condoglianze presso l’Ambasciata lunedì 22 febbraio (dalle ore 14,00 alle ore 16,00) e martedì 23 febbraio (dalle ore 10,00 - 13,00 e 14,00-16,00).

Sladjana Stankovic e Jovica Stepic erano stati sequestrati nel novembre del 2015 in Libia nel corso dell’esercitazione della loro missione diplomatica ed erano tenuti in ostaggio nella base terroristica di Sabrata.


New Apostolic Nuncio to Serbia, archbishop Luciano Suriani, presented Letters of Credence

Belgrade 05.02.2016. - Archbishop Luciano Suriani, new Apostolic Nuncio to Serbia, presented his credentials to Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic on Friday.

Archbishop Suriani told President Nikolic that he was honored to hand over to him the letter of credence by which Pope Francis had authorized him to perform the duties of the Apostolic Nuncio of the Holy See in Serbia.

The credentials presentation ceremony was attended by Monsignor Janusz Stanislaw Blachowiak, first secretary of the Apostolic Nunciature of the Holy See in Serbia.

Nikolic wished Archbishop Suriani welcome and a lot of cooperation.


Gratitude to Vatican for principled stance on Kosovo-Metohija

Belgrade, 4 Dec 2015 – Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met today with Secretary of State of the Holy See for Relations with States Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher about relations between Belgrade and the Vatican, the position of the Catholic community in Serbia, the situation in the region and the migrant crisis.

Vucic conveyed to Archbishop Gallagher gratitude for the principled position of the Holy See regarding the non-recognition of the unilaterally proclaimed independence of Kosovo-Metohija, as well as support in the preservation of Serbian religious and cultural heritage in the province.

Gallagher welcomed Belgrade's constructive role in relations with Kosovo, and voiced support for Serbia's European integration.


Gratitude to Vatican for principled stance on Kosovo-Metohija

Belgrade, 4 Dec 2015 – Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met today with Secretary of State of the Holy See for Relations with States Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher about relations between Belgrade and the Vatican, the position of the Catholic community in Serbia, the situation in the region and the migrant crisis.

Vucic conveyed to Archbishop Gallagher gratitude for the principled position of the Holy See regarding the non-recognition of the unilaterally proclaimed independence of Kosovo-Metohija, as well as support in the preservation of Serbian religious and cultural heritage in the province.

Gallagher welcomed Belgrade's constructive role in relations with Kosovo, and voiced support for Serbia's European integration.


President Nikolic with the Apostolic Nuncio, Orlando Antonini

Belgrade, 22 September 2015 – President of the Republic of Serbia Tomislav Nikolic received today a farewell call from the Apostolic Nuncio of the Holy See in Belgrade, Orlando Antonini, whose term expires at the end of September.
President of Serbia Tomislav Nikolic underlined that the relations between Serbia and the Vatican were at their historic peak. “Our bilateral relations have entered a new phase as a result of the fact that politics is led by people who understand the importance of cherishing cooperation. Pope Francis and I have laid sound foundations, and when the base is good the building is solid, too”, stated President Nikolic. He added that the positive attitude of the Serbian Orthodox Church was valuable in the establishment of lasting cooperation. President Nikolic particularly underlined the setting up of a Joint Committee tasked to establish all the facts related to the Second World War. ”Pope Francis is one of few religious leaders who looks upon Christianity as a whole and, during our talks, I had an impression that I was considered an equal, though I am of a different religion”, President Nikolic pointed out. Since dogmas separated almost a thousand years ago, it is time to build the future respecting the existing differences”, he added. President Nikolic stressed that Serbia appreciated the support rendered by the Holy See to Serbia in its European Integration Process and expressed particular gratitude for the principled position of the Holy See regarding non-recognition of the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo and Metohija. We are particularly thankful for the interest expressed by the Vatican in the preservation of the Serbian Christian heritage in Kosovo and Metohija. President Nikolic thanked the Apostolic Nuncio of the Holy See in Belgrade, Orlando Antonini, for his great personal contribution to the opening of a new phase in the relations with the Vatican and the friendship demonstrated towards Serbia and the Serbian people.
Apostolic Nuncio Orlando Antonini underlined that he was faced with a great amount of openness and understanding of Serbia. “Mr. President, I always had your understanding and your good intentions were confirmed by conferring on me the Order of the Serbian Flag of the Second Degree for outstanding merits in the development and strengthening of friendly relations and cooperation between Serbia and the Holy See. I endeavoured to convey your message correctly and present the situation objectively. You appreciate the efforts that I have made and I am grateful for your good intentions”, emphasized Nuncio Orlando Antonini, expressing satisfaction at the idea of Pope Francis that a Joint Committee be established as an important step towards achieving historical understanding between the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church. “It is essential that the Roman Catholic Church is not identified with any nation or country, for it is multi-ethnic, having its own image and specificity. Additionally, my message to Hungarians, Croats and other nations of Catholic religion is not to look to Hungary, Croatia or any other country because God wanted them to be in Serbia and to be citizens of Serbia”, underlined Antonini.


Improved relations between Serbia and Vatican

Belgrade, 22 Sept 2015 – Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic received today on a farewell visit Apostolic Nuncio Orlando Antonini, and thanked him for the contribution to the development of relations between Serbia and Vatican.

Vucic said that during the six-year term of the representative of the Holy See, relations between Serbia and Vatican improved, as evidenced by the better understanding between the Roman Catholic Church and the Serbian Orthodox Church.

He also expressed gratitude to the Apostolic Nuncio for the principled position of the Holy See on non-recognising the unilaterally proclaimed independence of Kosovo.

Antonini said that during his stay in Serbia he had a lot of understanding and support of the government of Serbia and the Serbian Orthodox Church.

He praised the commitment of Prime Minister Vucic for reconciliation and the improvement of relations between countries in the region, and expressed hope that Serbia will this year open the first chapters in the negotiations for EU membership.


President Nikolic pays an official visit to the Vatican

11. September 2015 - President of the Republic of Serbia Tomislav Nikolic had a meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican. Topics that featured in the talks included, inter alia, the migrant crisis, Serbia’s objection to the admission of the so-called “Republic of Kosovo” to UNESCO and the establishment of a Joint Committee of the Serbian Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church tasked with examining the historical facts dating from WWII, and the role played by Aloysius Stepinac in the Independent State of Croatia.
President Nikolic presented Pope Francis with a phototypic edition of Dusan's Code and a monograph entitled “Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija”.
Pope Francis presented President Nikolic with a gold medal produced on the occasion of the 3rd anniversary of his election as Pontiff, and a book entitled “A history of the pontificate told through the history of medals”.
After the audience with the Pope, President Nikolic had a meeting with the Secretary of State of the Holy See, Pietro Parolin. The Vatican delegation included Msgr. Paul Gallagher, Secretary for Relations with States.
President Nikolic presented Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Secretary of State of the Holy See, with the Order of the Republic of Serbia on a Sash, for exceptional merits in the development and strengthening the friendly relations and cooperation between the Republic of Serbia and the Holy See. Furthermore, the Serbian President presented the Secretary of State of the Holy See with the monograph “Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija”.
A mutual interest in further development and promotion of cooperation, both bilateral and multilateral, was expressed during the visit.
President Nikolic also toured the Vatican Library, where he talked to the Chief Librarian and Archivist of the Holy See, Archbishop Jean-Louis Bruguès.


Gratitude to Vatican for help after floods

Belgrade, 20 Oct 2014 – Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic today expressed gratitude to Papal Nuncio Orlando Antonini for Vatican’s generous help given to Serbia during the recent floods, and informed him about the progress made in rebuilding the flooded areas.

Papal Nuncio Orlando Antonini and Aleksandar Vucic

Vucic said he appreciates the balanced position of the Vatican on all regional issues, and also expressed his gratitude over the principled stance of the Vatican not to recognise the unilaterally proclaimed independence of Kosovo-Metohija.

Antonini said that Caritas continues to provide assistance, noting that it is most important that the people in the affected areas recover spiritually.

They also discussed the agreement on cooperation in the field of higher education, as well as cooperation between the National Library of Serbia and the Vatican.

Antonini also invited Prime Minister Vucic to visit the Vatican


Calamità naturali nella Repubblica di Serbia

Si comunica che le donazioni per il risanamento dei gravi danni causati dalle alluvioni si possono effettuare sul conto dell’Ambasciata della Repubblica di Serbia a Roma (IBAN: IT 86 I 02008 05120 000400724321, SWIFT: UNCRITM1723, UNICREDIT BANCA). Inoltre, le donazioni si possono effettuare in contanti, con l’apposita ricevuta del versamento, presso la sede dell’Ambasciata della Repubblica di Serbia a Roma. Richiamiamo l’attenzione che da ieri, è possibile versare gli aiuti umanitari destinati alle  vittime della alluvioni in Serbia anche tramite PayPal sul floodrelief@gov.rs .

In questo modo desideriamo informarVi che, onde evitare di pagare le provvigioni bancarie, al momento si sta valutando la possibilità di attivare il conto presso una banca italiana sul quale sarebbe possibile versare il denaro per il risanamento dei danni causati dalle alluvioni (le informazioni più precise saranno messe tempestivamente sul sito dell’Ambasciata).

Gli aiuti umanitari, in forma dei prodotti di necessità di uso quotidiano, si possono consegnare presso la sede dell’Ambasciata della Repubblica di Serbia a Roma da dove verrebbero successivamente trasportati. Richiamiamo l’attenzione ai prodotti di uso quotidiano di maggiore necessità in questo momento: materassi, lenzuola, letti portatili, pannolini per bambini e anziani, calzini, biancheria, indumenti da bambini, torce, pile per torce, prodotti di igiene personale (saponi, carta igienica, scottex, assorbenti, spazzolini, dentifrici), antisettico tipo 5P, calosce di gomma. E’ sconsigliabile donare gli alimenti di breve scadenza.

Chiediamo ai cittadini che decidono di inviare gli aiuti umanitari dall’Italia in Serbia di organizzarlo da soli, contattando prima l’Ambasciata a Roma e/o i competenti Consolati della Repubblica di Serbia a Milano e a Trieste ai fini dell’ottenimento delle informazioni necessarie relative alla procedura doganale per l’importazione dela merce.


Presentation of Letters of Credence to the Grand Master of the Order of Malta Fra' Matthew Festing, by Ambassador of Serbia Mirko V.Jelic

Ambassador  Mirko Jelić presented on 10 April Letters of Credence to the Grand Master of the Order of Malta Fra’ Matthew Festing.


News
NATIONAL DAY RECEPTION
President Vučić meets His Holiness Pope Francis
First political consultations between the Republic of Serbia and the Holy See
Ambassador Dejan Šahović presented his Credential Letters to the Sovereign Order of Malta
MINISTER DACIC MET WITH SECRETARY OF STATE OF HIS HOLINESS THE POPE CARDINAL PIETRO PAROLIN
SERBIA AND THE HOLY SEE STEP UP BILATERAL RELATIONS
Ambassador Dejan Šahović presents his credential letters to Pope Francis
Giorno della memoria
Official visit to the Republic of Serbia of the Grand Hospitaller of the Order of Malta
MFA I. Dacic received newly appointed Apostolic Nuncio
Apostolic Nuncio paid an official visit to the Serbian Patriarch
Book of the condolences
Libro di condoglianze
New Apostolic Nuncio to Serbia, archbishop Luciano Suriani, presented Letters of Credence
Gratitude to Vatican for principled stance on Kosovo-Metohija
Gratitude to Vatican for principled stance on Kosovo-Metohija
President Nikolic with the Apostolic Nuncio, Orlando Antonini
Improved relations between Serbia and Vatican
President Nikolic pays an official visit to the Vatican
Gratitude to Vatican for help after floods
Calamità naturali nella Repubblica di Serbia
Presentation of Letters of Credence to the Grand Master of the Order of Malta Fra' Matthew Festing, by Ambassador of Serbia Mirko V.Jelic
News - Archive