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4-16-12 Takanawa,
Minato-ku
108-0074 Tokyo
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Phone:  + 81 /3- 3447-3571, 3447-3572 Directions/Map
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E-mail: embassy.tokyo@mfa.rs Honorary Consulates

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Name: Embassy of the Republic of Serbia

Bank: Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Gotanda Branch, 1-14-10 Higashi-Gotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0022, Japan

Account Number: SWIFT: SMBC JP JT, ACC No. 8002144 EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA - TOKYO (4-16-12 Takanawa, Minato-ku, 108-0074, Tokyo, Japan. Tel +8133447-3571)

Currency: JPY

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On-line application for issuing D visas – for employment

On-line application for issuing D-employment visas has started in the Republic of Serbia. Visa D allows entry into the Republic of Serbia and stay between 90 and 180 days. It also enables the regulation of temporary residence in Serbia.

If you are sure that you meet the requirements for visa D - for employment and have all the necessary documents, you can apply electronically, at the following link:

https://econsulate.gov.rs/


 
 
Ambassador Kovač with conductor Mitsuyoshi Oikawa (17 January 2022)

Ambassador Kovač met with conductor Mitsuyoshi Oikawa, who initiated and supported guest performances of young talented pianists from Serbia in Japan in the previous years. They exchanged the ideas on the continuation of fruitful cooperation and deepening of cultural ties between Serbia and Japan.

 

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Ambassador Kovač met with the delegation of the Japan Institute for Overseas Investment (JOI) (January 12, 2022)
 
Delegation of the Japan Institute for Overseas Investment (JOI) headed by its President Mr. Toshiyuki Kosugi, accompanied with his associates from JOI’s Business Development Department, Director General Mr. Tomoyuki Ichijo and Deputy Director Ms. Aki Inomata has visited Embassy of Serbia. Over the fruitful meeting with Ambassador Kovač, President Kosugi presented a transparent interest in re-establishing cooperation with Serbia reminiscing a successful cooperation that JOI developed with SIEPA at the time, ten years ago.
 
President Kosugi stated his familiarity with the general situation in Serbia considering the fact that he was professionally engaged in "Itochu Corporation" during the launch of the Belgrade Public-Private Partnership Project for Waste, why he visited Belgrade (and Vinča) in October 2019.
 
Amb. Kovač thanked the representatives of JOI for recognizing Serbian potentials, consuidering Serbia as a reliable partner with a stimulating business environment. She introduced  the interlocutors with the current economic parameters, the digitalization process and the treatment of foreign, primarily Japanese, investments in Serbia. Amb. Kovac expressed an interest in welcoming the Embassy’s opportunity to mark the 140th anniversary of friendly relations between Serbia and Japan together with JOI through an adequate model of cooperation.
 
 
 
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Ambassador Kovač met with Mr. Micuki Harada and Мr. Tomoaki Ishii from Itochu Corporation who engaged in the Belgrade Waste PPP, which has been working on establishing an Energy for Waste-EfW system (January 5, 2022)
 
Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to Japan, Aleksandra Kovač met with Belgrade-based Managing Director of Beo Clean Energy Ltd, Mr. Mitsuaki Harada and in „Itochu Corporation“' Development Sector Project leader, Мr. Tomoaki Ishii, engaged in the Belgrade Waste PPP, which has been working on establishing an Energy for Waste-EfW system.
„Itochu Corporation“ has been taking significant initiatives for a long time, successfully providing efficient technologies, transferring nowledge and experience, and improving business in Serbia.
Amb. Kovač stated that with this important project for the region, Serbia is showing a responsible approach to environmental protection, the circular economy and the green transition. She suggested that the potential expansion of the business opportunity of the already present "Itochu Corporation" in Serbia next year, consuming the circle of new Japanese partners, would significantly affect the economic promotion of Serbia in Japan and its further attractiveness to the potential Japanese investors.
Presenting the works on the construction of the leading facility within the public-private partnership stipulated for 25 years, ie the plant for energy utilization of municipal waste with a capacity of 1000 tons per day, which will produce electricity and heat from non-recycled waste (EfW), Mr. Harada pointed out that its commissioning in November 2022 will also significantly contribute to the celebration of the 140th anniversary of the friendship between Serbia and Japan.
 
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