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Monday - Friday: 10:00 - 16:00 hours


40 Eglinton Avenue East, 7th floor, unit 701
Toronto, ON, M4P 3A2 (

Phone: +1 (416)483-1080

Fax:       +1 (416)483-1847

Е-mail: gkrstoronto@rogers.com

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July 3rd, 2020

Due to the current situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the state of emergency and restrictive measures introduced by the Government of the Province of Ontario, the Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in Toronto is obliged to respect the epidemiological protocols of the Province of Ontario. In this regard, we inform you of the following:

1. Reception of clients is done by appointments only;

2. Appointments are made via e-mail of the Consulate General gkrstoronto@rogers.com or by calling the phone number 416.483.1080. If the client calls the Consulate General by phone, and the operator does not answer, please, be sure to leave your clearly spoken name and phone number or e-mail after the sound  on answering machine, to which the Consulate General staff will return the call or reply to the e-mail as soon as possible.

3. A maximum of two persons are allowed in the premises of the Consulate General, at the same time (except in the case of minor children who must be accompanied by their parents). Clients who arrive before the scheduled time will wait in front of the building where the Consulate General is located, because the rules of the administration of the business in the building where the Consulate General is located, do not allow staying in the premises of the building.

Please respect the scheduled dates and times. In case of late or delayed coming, the client will certainly be received and served, but only after the last scheduled client has been served that day.

The Consulate General will be able to provide consular services only to the clients with appointments.

4. Every person entering the premises of the Consulate General must have a protective face mask and appropriate gloves;

5. With our great desire to provide all types of consular services, but bearing in mind the limitations in the work of the Consulate General, due to the decisions of the Government of Ontario and in accordance with health protection measures, please plan your obligations in accordance with available reception dates.

Thank you for your understanding.



September 17th, 2020

For updated information for entering of Serbian citizens to the Republic of Serbia, please clik HERE.


Day of Serbian unity, Freedom and National flag

September 15th, 2020

Day of Serbian unity, Freedom and National flag

Serbia and Republika Srpska are celebrating a joint holiday for the first time - the Day of Serbian Unity, Freedom and the National Flag. It is celebrated on September 15th, the day when the Thessaloniki front was broken through in 1918 close to the end of the First World War.

In all municipalities in Serbia and the Republika Srpska, squares and central streets are decorated with the National and State flags of the Republic of Serbia. This holiday will be jointly celebrated in Serbia and Republika Srpska and in all areas where Serbs are around the world, symbolizing the unity of the Serbian people.

The timeless symbolism of this date is reflected in the fact that it is the day when in 1918, after more than two years, the Thessaloniki front finally broke through and the process of liberation of Serbia began, which ended on November 1, in just 45 days.

"In the fall of 1918, the breakthrough of the Thessaloniki front began. Few of the allied forces in World War I could then have imagined that this side battlefield would soon gain such importance, and that about 62,000 soldiers of a state that many no longer even believed would decide the outcome of a victory that was practically ended the First World War. "


NIkola Tesla Day - July 10th, 2020, Niagara Falls

July 10th, 2020

Nikola Tesla Day - July 1oth, 2020 Commemoration. Due to the current situation related to the coronary virus pandemic, as well as the state of emergency in Ontario and imposed protective measures by the Governemntofn Ontario, the ceremony had an unofficial character.

However, despite the limiting factors, a number of people from the Serbian community in Ontario appeared, as well as children from the Serbian school Nikola Tesla from Niagara Falls, wearing Serbian folk costumes and holding  Serbian and Canadian flags.

The informal ceremony was attended by its organizer and host Borislav Zivkovic, the Coordinator of the Serbian school, the Serbian Orthodox Priest of the Church of St. George in Niagara - rev. father Milorad Delic, Member of the Federal Parliament of Canada (MP) - Tony Baldinelli, Mayor of Niagara Falls - Jim Diodati and Consul General of the Republic of Serbia in Toronto - Vasilije Pektovic.

Students of Serbian School Nikola Tesla from Niagara Falls, coordinator of the Serbian School Borisalv Zivkovic, CG RS in TO Vasilije Petkovic and rev. father Milorad delic ( by the monument).

MP Tony Baldinelli, Mayor of Niagara Falls Jim Diodati and CG RS in TO Vasilije Petkovic.

CG RS in To Vasilije Petkovic and Coorditanor of the Serbian School Borisavl Zivkovic.


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