Consulate of the Republic of Serbia, Dublin – Ireland
Honorary Consul – Mr. Živko Jakšić
25 February, 2020: Ambasadors' Ball, Society of International Affairs (SOFIA), Trinity Colledge, Dublin: Zorana Foley (London and Belgrade) Živko Jakšić, and Mia Brzaković (Belgrade).
22 January, 202: Serbian ambassador in London, H.E. Mrs. Alеksandra Joksimović, during her visit to Dublin, with rev. Mladen Gardović and Živko Jakšić.
25.09.2019: Živko Jakšić with the staff of the company CIK, from Kraljevo, Serbia, at the exibition "Optical Connactions" in Dublin.
15th September: Živko Jakšić with violinists Marina Popović, Mina Đekić and Dušiva Mladenović, at the concert "Anime Violin Trio" in Dublin. The concert was sponsored bz the Ministrz of Foreign Affairs ' Sector for Diaspora. They also performed at concerts in Sligo, Cork and Co. Laois.
28th February, 2019: Srebian stand at the International Day in Mount Anvil Primary School in Dublin.
4th August 2018: At the opening ceremony of World Amateur Teams Golf Championship in Ireland: Vladimir Simeunović (captain), Živko Jakšić and the team: Branimir Gudelj, Mihajlo Dimitrijević and Dane Cvetković
25 June: At the graduation ceremony for the participants of the course Port Management and Development, organised by Dublin Port Company, under the auspices of UNCTAD (UN Conference for Trade and Development) and Irish Department of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Srđa Lješević (RS Agency for Port Management), Mrs. Tresa Jakšić, Mr. Mark Assaf (UNCTAD), amd Mr. N.N. (Irish Depertment oif Fereign Affair
17th November 2017: Historian Bryan MacMahon and Živko Jakšić, with the president and secretary of the Cutural Society in Greystones (Co. Wicklow), at the lecture "Irish in Serbia". Bryan MacMahon spoke about life and work of Flora Sandes (born in England of Irish parents) who came to Serbia in 1914 to work as a nurse, then enlisted into Serbian Army, finished the war with the rank of captain and who was decorated by the Crown Prince Aleksanar with gold Karađoorđe Star (Srebian equivalent of Victoria Cross). Ž. J. spoke about the part 10th Irish Division (sent to Serbia from Galipoli) played in the battle against Bulgarians, about "Serbian Golgotha" (withdrawal though Albania), and the suffering and losses of the Serbian population and Serbian Army.
9th March, 2017. Historian Bryan MacMahon and Živko Jakšić at the lecture "Flora Sandes - an Englishwoman in Serbian Army" Biography of Flora Sandes, who, in 1915, came as a nurse in the Serbian Army, and was later recruited by Colonel Mojić, comander of the 2nd "Iron Regiment". She retreated with the army though Albania, was wounded, was decorated with the "Karadjordje Star" (the highest award in the Serbian Army), and was demobbed in 1922 with the rank of captain.
The visit to the private schoool "North Atlantic Basketball Academy" 8th November, 2016
Živko Jakšić with school Director, Mr. Tomas O'Dulaing and students
The visit of His Holyness, Irinej, Patriarch of Serbia to the parish of Holy Prince Lazar, Birmingham, England, on 8th October, 2016
In the photograph: Partriarch Irinej, honorary consul Živko Jakšić, and parish priest rev. Nenad Popović
1st September 2016. Slovak Embassy in Dublin: Reception on the occasion of Slovak National Day of Constitution. Ambasador H.E. Mr. Dušan Matulay and Mrs. Matulay, with honorary consul Živko Jakšić.
Honorary Consul, Živko Jakšić, with Russian Ambassador in Ireland, Mr. Maxim Peshkov, at the russian embassy reception, celebrating 70 years of the defeat of Nazism.
Honorary Consul, Živko Jakšić, with Slovenian Ambasador Tadej Rupel, and Dr, Hermes Herrera, Cuban Ambassador, at the exhibition "Piran salts plains" by Slovenian photographer, Arne Hdalič, 4th Nov. 2014, in Dublin.
4th Sept. 2014 in Dublin, Homorary Consul, Živko Jakšić, attended anniversary celebrations of Indonesian imdependence. In the photograph, Živko Jakšić with Indonesian Ambassador Designate to Serbia, Mr. Harry R. Kanou and his wife.
Mr. Živko Jakšić, with French ambassador, Mr. Jean-Pierre Thebaout, at the First World War centenary comememoration in Cavan town , 8th August, 2014.
Memorial to the fallen soldiers from County Cavan, where, among others, Mr. Živko Jakšić laid a wreath., 8th August, 2014.
2 June, 2014, honorary consul, Živko Jakšić, with Sava Milošević, member of the management board of the u-19 Serbian football team, on the last qualifying match against Ireland for European u-19 championship in Hungary. Having won 3 : 1, Serbia qualified for the finals.

Following the flood disaster in Serbia, at the request of the Consulate, the Irish Red Cross has opened an account,
into which can be sent your donations.

Bank Name Bank of Ireland, 2 College Green, Dublin 2
Account Name Irish Red Cross No 2 Account
Account No 1630 5917
National Sort Code 90 00 17
Bank Identifier Code BOFIIE2D
IBAN IE15 BOFI 9000 1716 3059 17

Sicere thanks for your help

In early September, Dublin hosted International Pharmaceutical Congress, which was attended bu a large number of pharmacist from Serbija. In the photograph, Honorary Consul, Mr. Živko Jakšić with the delegation from the Serbian pharmaceutical company ACTAVIS.
28 August 2011, FK Partizan, Belgrade played against Shamorck Rovers in Dublin a qualifying match for EUFA League.
Result: FK Partizan 1 – Shamrock Rovers 1
In the picture: Honorary Consul Živko Jakšić with FK Partizan management team.

11th to 14th October 2011, Serbian Youth (under 17) football team visited Ireland, and played two successful matches against Irish Youths

On 3rd May 2012, Honorary Consul, Živko Jakšić attended a reception in the Russian Embassy in Dublin. This was a farewell reception for
Mr. Sergey Petrovich, Minister Counsellor, who, since the death of the Russian Ambassador, carried out ambassadorial duties until the
arrival of the new Ambassador.

Consular day in Cork

At the celebration of St. Vitus’ Day in Cork, on 30th June, after the liturgy and lunch, we will hold a Consular Day. Mrs. Zarubica, Consul of
our Embassy in London, with her colleague, Mr. Popović, will be on hand to certify documentation, for which you would normally have to
travel to London. Details of the relevant documentation and taxes, can be found in the letter from the Honorary Consul, Živko Jakšić,
which was sent on 21st June to all on the mailing list.


For the services offered by the Serbian Embassy in London, the following documents, together with the price list for these services,
can be obtained fron the Serbian Consulate in Dublin:

Travel document
Loss of passport
Signature certification
Customs confirmation
Registration of marriage
Registration of birth
Agreement for the travel of minors
Repatriation of deceased
Requests for documentation
Certificate of non-convictions
Certificate of identity
Old foreign currency savings
Restoration of property
Armed forces


Representatives of the Insurance Association of Republic of Serbia have signed a Multilateral agreement with the representatives of 32
national insurance associations, in the following countries (Republic of Ireland is on this list):

Following the publication in the Official Gazette of the European Union, dated 22.11.2011, Republic of Serbia has joined the registration
plate system, which means that vehicles registered on the territory of one of the listed countries, are not required to possess green card
insurance certificate, on the territory of the Republic of Serbia, being a signatory.

Therefore, from 01.01.2012, on the territory of the Republic of Serbia, while carrying out a check on a vehicle registered in one of the
listed countries, police officers will not look for the green card insurance certificate from drivers in charge of the vehicle.

Republic of Serbia
Police Department

Consular advice: you should check with your insurance company that your policy covers you for driving in the Republic of Serbia.

As outlined in the Conditions for driving a motor vehicle – item 178

Citizen of a member country of the European Union, who is on a temporary visit to the Republic of Serbia, and a citizen of the Republic of
Serbia, who has a temporary or a permanent residence on the territory of the European Union, and who possesses a valid driving licence,
issued by the relevant authority of the member country of the European Union, can drive a motor vehicle on the territory of the Republic
of Serbia, for as long as same is valid.

The driving licence must be valid for the category of the vehicle being driven.

At the request of the Serbian Sailing Association, Honorary Consul, Živko Jakšić, attended, as their delegate, the Congress of the
International Sailing Federation, held in Dun Laoghaire on 10th Nov., 2012. An iteм on the agenda was the proposal to accept Kosovo
as a member of the Federatiom. Jakšić raised an objection to this, so that, instead of concensus, theре had to be a vote taken.
Regretably, the proposal was accepted.