The Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Beijing
|Ritan Lu, Jianguomen Wai, Beijing, China|
|Tel.:||+86 1065321530, +86 1065321531, +86 1065321537|
Please be informed, that the Embassy of the Slovak Republic and consular section will be closed on Friday 30.03.2018 and Monday 02.04.2018 due to statutory holiday of the Slovak Republic.
As from 12 October 2015 and introduction of the Visa Information System (VIS), all applicants will be required to provide their biometric data (10 fingerprints and digital photograph) when applying for Schengen visa (together with an application form and standard set of supporting documents). In this context there will be a change of opening hours at the Consular section of the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Beijing as follows:
Tuesday - 9.00-11.00 (accepting visa applications, superlegalization)
Thursday - 9.00-11.00 (accepting visa applications, superlegalization)
Applications for temporary/permanent residence
Please note, that the applications for temporary/permanent residence at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic are processed out of standard consular opening hours. For submitting the application, it is necessary to schedule an appointment via phone in advance. The appointments are scheduled for Mondays, Wednesdays or Fridays at 14.00. At the scheduled appointment, the applicant will be asked to submit the application form and all necessary documents (including a copy of each document), fill in the questionnaire and undergo an interview in person.
- 27.11.2017State Secretary Parízek co-opens the Second Ministerial Conference “China and Central Eastern Europe – Innovation Forum 2017” in BratislavaToday (27 November 2017) State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Lukáš Parízek, in the presence of Martina Lubyová, the Slovak Minister of Education, Science, Research and Sport, Nenada Popovič, Minister of Innovations and Technological Development of Serbia, and Li Meng, Deputy Minister of Science and Technology of the People’s Republic of China, opened a three-day second ministerial conference on cooperation in the area of innovations in the format of China + 16 countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). The goal of the conference is to successfully share experience and enhance cooperation the area of innovations and technology transfer between China and CEE countries. The ministerial conference aims to become a leading platform for establishing cooperation between innovation ecosystems in China and 16 countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The conference supports collaboration and investments into research and innovation projects with the aim to create a successful exchange of talents, know-how and resources among the 16 + 1 countries. It focuses on cooperation in innovation areas such as biotechnology (including HealthTech and AgriFood), green energy and CleanTech, information and communication technologies, and engineering of materials.
- 14.07.2017The official visit of the Slovak Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Miroslav Lajčák continued its second day today (14 July) with his reception by Li Yuanchao, Vice President of the People's Republic of China, and talks with Foreign Affairs Minister Wang Yi. The discussion with his counterpart Wang Yi was dominated by the key topics of the three UN agenda pillars, including the efforts for reform processes and evaluation of bilateral relations. “I´m a convinced promotor of the idea of multilateralism. Global challenges call for joint efforts in the quest for answers, which means we need platforms for exchanging views and forming common positions, such as the UN.
- 13.07.2017Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic Miroslav Lajčák arrived today (13 July) for an official visit to the People´s Republic of China at the invitation of the Chinese Government. The visit is being held in the wake of the election of Lajčák to the function of President of the upcoming 72nd session of the UN General Assembly. At the beginning, the Minister met in Beijing with State Councilor of the Chinese Government for foreign affairs and former foreign affairs minister Yang Jiechi, who is responsible for forming the Chinese foreign policy, and the right-hand man of President Xi Jinping for foreign policy.
- 19.10.2016Bratislava (19 October) - Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajčák, received the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to the Slovak Republic, Lin Lin, today. The subject of their meeting was China’s response to the Dalai Lama’s visit to Slovakia. In his discussion with Ambassador Lin Lin, Minister Lajčák emphasized that Slovakia recognizes and respects the One-China policy. He also stated that Slovakia does care about good relations with China and is interested in strengthening them especially through extending trade and economic cooperation.