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Consulate of the Republic of Serbia, Dublin – Ireland
Honorary Consul – Mr. Živko Jakšić

Decision to open a Consulate of the Republic of Serbia in Dublin, led by a honorary consul, was made by the Government of the Republic of Serbia on 17 June 2010; the decision was published in Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia No. 43 dated 25 June 2010 and became effective eight days after the publish date. After that, at the meeting on 22 July 2010, the Government made a decision to establish Mr. Zivko Jaksic as a honorary Consul of the Republic of Serbia in Ireland. An Exequatur in favour of Mr. Jaksic was issued by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs on 19 November 2010 and this marked the beginning of operation of the Consulate of the Republic of Serbia in Dublin, led by a honorary consul.

The basic functions of the honorary consulate, regulated by Vienna convention of consular affairs from 1963, are to work on improvement of friendly relations between the two countries, and, in particular on enhancing of bilateral economic, scientific, technical, educational, tourist, and sport relationships.

The honorary consulates do not perform consular and/or administrative services such as notary functions (validation of official documents), issuing of passports etc.; for these services the Serbian citizens are referred to the nearest diplomatic mission of the Republic of Serbia.