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Phone: + 44 207 235 9049 Directions/Map
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Embassy: london@serbianembassy.org.uk Honorary Consuls
Consulate: consular@serbianembassy.org.uk Web: http://www.london.mfa.gov.rs



The Red Cross has advised that at this point, clothes should not be sent due to lack of space and they are no longer a priority.

More than 40 tons of humanitarian aid were collected so far and 30.074,50 GBP were received on the Bank account of Embassy for donations in GBP.


The Sector for Emergency Management of the Republic of Serbia informed that rescue teams as well as teams with large-capacity pumps are no longer necessary. However, the following equipment and devices are still needed:

• All-terrain vehicles
• Dryers
• Aggregates
• Mud submersible pumps
• Large-capacity pumps (over 100l/h)
• Back-mounted engine-driven disinfectant sprinklers
• Protective clothing for disinfection personnel
• Water-resistant footwear (fisherman boots)
• 40 pumps of 50-116.6. m3/min (3000-7000 m3/h) flow-rate, lift height (effort) H=80m

Ministry of Foreign Affairs website up to date information (in Serbian)


Ambassador Ognjen Pribicevic in UK media on floods in Serbia:

Sky News 18. may 2014. 

CNN International 20. may 2014.

BBC 4 Radio (starting 2:33:10) 21. may 2014.



We would like to inform you that the “Serbian Society” in the United Kingdom opened a JustTextGiving account as part of the flood relief effort for Serbia. You can donate to flood victims by texting FLOR14£ ....(add the amount in pounds) to 70070.

Donations made by sending text messages to 1003 are possible only through telephone numbers operated by Serbian mobile operators.

Donations in drugs and medical supplies

Please note that the donations in drugs and medical supplies from individuals brought personally cannot be accepted.

All physical and legal persons who wish to donate drugs and medical supplies registered in the Republic of Serbia can do so through manufacturers or wholesalers. The donations of drugs and medical supplies will be dispatched to the Central Pharmacy of the Clinical Center of Serbia. The list of registered drugs can be downloaded here.

As for unregistered drugs, whose import is possible only in line with special procedures, please contact the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia.

The latest humanitarian needs

We would like to inform you that in line with constantly changing situation on the ground, current and pressing needs are: covers, blankets, mattresses, folding beds, nappies for babies and adults, articles for personal hygiene, canned food, etc. The Red Cross has advised that at this point, clothes should not be sent due to lack of space and they are no longer a priority.

We would like to thank all donors and encourage other to respond to the appeal. The Embassy stands ready to accept any kind of assistance and answer any questions that you may have.


Bank account of Embassy for donations in GBP

Bank Account Name: Embassy of Serbia (Number two account)

Address: 28 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X 8 QB

Sort Code: 20-47-34

Account Number: 33566994

SWIFTBIC (Bank Identifier Code): BARCGB22

IBAN (International Bank Account Number): GB87BARC20473433566994

Reference: Flood 2014

We would like to inform you that you can make a financial contribution to flood victims in Serbia by way of PayPal.

This account belongs to the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Brussels and the funds paid on this account will be directly transferred to the special account of the Government of the Republic of Serbia opened for the assistance to redressing the consequences of floods

The donations by PayPal service should be paid to: floodrelief@gov.rs.

Humanitarian Aid

The Embassy would like to inform that focal points in the United Kingdom for the assistance to flood victims in Serbia have been set up in the Serbian Orthodox Church St. Sava  (89 Lancaster Road, London, W11 1QQ, phone: 02077278367; contact person Nemanja, phone: 07737932347), as well as in the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in London, from (28 Belgrave Square SW1X 8 QB, phone: 02072359049; contact persons: Mr. Nebojsa Radojicic, Minister Counsellor and Mrs. Ljiljana Zarubica, Consul. 
Please bring the goods in boxes, if possible, for easier transport.

  The updates on daily priority needs are available at the internet site of the Government of the Republic of Serbia http://www.srbija.gov.rs/vesti/specijal.php?id=209591. To facilitate customs procedures, please fill in the form which can be downloaded here specifying type and quantity of the donation.
Transport for goods of all people of good will living outside of London will be ensured. Please contact Natasa Kocsis: natashakocsis@hotmail.com  

While the Embassy expresses deep gratitude to those who donated or intend to donate non-monetary contribution, it wishes point out that financial contribution is the most efficient type of assistance. Payments can be made on the following accounts:

1. In RSD, No. 840-3546721-89, purpose: assistance to flood-affected areas.

2. In foreign currency, No.  01-504619-100193230-000000-0000


Bank name:- Ministry of Finance – Treasury, Belgrade, special account for assistance to flood-affected areas,

IBAN: RS 35908504619019323080.

To facilitate money transfers from the United Kingdom, the Embassy will set up an account in pounds sterling as soon as possible.

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia would like to express its gratitude to individuals and all Serbian associations in the United Kingdom for their selfless assistance and support to the ongoing collection and distribution effort and for raising awareness among the members of the Serb community and within the British public. We are happy to announce that several truck-loads of assistance are already on their way to Serbia.

In view of the fact that redressing the consequences of the devastating floods in Serbia will remain a long-term priority for our country, any type of assistance will continue to be of crucial importance. We kindly urge you to check regularly the Embassy web site for the latest updates on top-priority assistance requirements. 

For all questions regarding Humanitarian Aid please write on Embassy's mail: floodrelief@serbianembassy.org.uk

Information regarding the shipments of humanitarian aid

It should be noted that the Customs Administration of the Republic of Serbia gave instructions to all customs outposts in the Republic of Serbia to accord top priority to humanitarian aid procedures and their registration for onward destinations when they enter the customs area of the Republic of Serbia, while respecting all customs procedures and regulations.

If a freighter bringing goods to the Serbian customs area does not have a customs agent, a customs officer will provide details on how to proceed with this shipment without required paperwork. In this case, the customs officer will have to create and process transit declaration in ISCS for the shipment in question, deliver relevant copies to the freighter and instruct him to report to the relevant customs authority. Also, in order to ensure proper control, and in case the freighter does not have a proper instrument for the payment of customs duties that may be incurred during the transit of goods, the customs officer shall attach to transit declaration and accompanying documents also a copy of travel document or a personal ID document of the driver.

In connection with the customs approval procedure for these shipments in relevant customs outposts, the above procedure shall also be accorded priority. Under relevant customs provisions for handling goods, an oral declaration may be submitted for goods of non-commercial value, if approved by a customs authority. Under the provision, in case of temporary import, other goods can be declared as well.

For its part, immediately upon receiving information on the shipment of humanitarian aid, the Embassy will transmit this information to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs - the Emergency Headquarters. The following information shall be required: sender of goods, recipient, type of goods, quantity and value, type of transport and information on the vehicle, approximate time and crossing point.

The Embassy will issue a relevant certificate to the freighters confirming that the shipment is humanitarian aid, to be presented to the competent border authorities with a view to facilitating the crossing of the State border.


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Starting 09. June 2014. Consular Fees have been changed. More information HERE.



Scholarships for Serbian students


On 7 July 2014, the British-Serbian Chamber of Commerce hosted a reception in London for the representatives of British companies interested in business opportunities in the Republic of Serbia as well as for UK Parliament representatives and Serbian diaspora in London.
In addition to exchanging experience and contacts, the purpose of this reception organized by the British-Serbian Chamber of Commerce was partly to prepare the forthcoming British-Serbian Investment Forum scheduled for this autumn in London. The guests were welcomed by the President of the Chamber, Sir Paul Judge, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the UK, dr Ognjen Pribićević and Adviser to the Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia, Mr. Nemanja Stevanović.


On 26 June 2014, Ambassador Dr Ognjen Pribicevic visited Scotland. On that occasion, he met with Ms Tricia Marwick, the Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament and Ms Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs.
Ambassador Pribicevic attended the opening of the last Parliament session before recess and the “Questions for the First Minister”.

Head of the Serbian team for EU accession, Professor Tanja Miščević, visited London

The head of the team of the Republic of Serbia on EU accession Professor Tanja Miščević, visited London on 12 May 2014 and had talks with the representatives of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom – Europe Director Vijay Rangarajan and Mr. Owen Jenkins, Director of the Western Balkans and Enlargement Directorate. She also met with Mr. Angus Lapsley, Director of the European and Global Issues Secretariat at the UK’s Cabinet Office, and representatives of non-Governmental sector, Mr. Mats Person, Director of “Open Europe” think tank and President of the European Movement in the UK, Mr. Petros Fassoulas. In addition to these, she had meetings in the Ministry of Justice, with Mr. Scott McPherson, Director of International Division and in the Home Office, with Ms Emma Gibbons, Deputy Director of the International Directorate. Professor Miščević delivered a lecture at the London School of Economics in connection with Serbia’s accession to EU. 

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