Embassy of sweden Pristina, Kosovo

Local time Pristina
10:14 PM

The Embassy's Opening Hours

Opening hours and consular services

The embassy is open for phone calls and visits on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 09.00 and 11.00. You can also contact us on e-mail:  ambassaden.pristina@gov.se

Visa to Sweden
If you have questions regarding visa to travel to Sweden please contact Sweden's Embassy in Skopje. 

Travel to Sweden

There is an entry ban in effect for travels to Sweden until 31 January 2022. The entry ban effects travallers from Kosovo. Read about what exemptions that can be made at the Swedish Police Authority's website under the section "Entry from a non-EEA* country".  

The Swedish entry ban

Travel to Kosovo

Kosovo has introduced travel restrictions for non-Kosovar citizens due to the corona pandemic. From 3 January 2022 travellers must be able to show a vaccin certificate (2 doses) to enter Kosovo. Read more about the restrictions and the exemptions that can be made on the Health Ministry of Kosovo's website.

Travel restrictions in Kosovo
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Sveriges ambassad

Open position as National Programme Manager

09 Nov 2021

The embassy of Sweden in Kosovo has opened the application for the position as National Programme Manager: EU-delegation - "EU 4 Better Municipal Governance". Deadline for application is 26 November 2021.

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