The Embassy of the Slovak Republic in London
|25, Kensington Palace Gardens, W8 4QY, London, United Kingdom|
Since 1 September 2017, submitting of consular applications (passport, ID card, driving license, registration of birth and marriage, no criminal record, certificate of citizenship) is strictly on appointment basis via online portal only. Appointment for signature verification can be made via phone: 02073136470 or e-mail: email@example.com.
Issued passports, ID cards and driving licenses can be collected only on Wednesday 14:00 – 18:00 or Friday 9:00 – 12:00 without prior appointment.
Visa applications must be submitted via the portal: https://ezov.mzv.sk only. For further information on the process and conditions of visa issuance please check the section Services.
|Working hours of visa & consular services except for national & state holidays|
|Monday||9:00 – 12:00, 13:00 – 16:00|
|Tuesday||9:00 – 12:00, 13:00 – 16:00|
|Wednesday||10:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 18:00|
|Thursday||9:00 – 12:00, 13:00 – 16:00|
|Friday||9:00 – 12:00|
The Embassy of the Slovak Republic in London will be closed on following days:
|5 July||National Holiday - St. Cyril & St. Methodius Day|
|28 August||administrative reasons|
|29 August||National Holiday - Slovak National Uprising Day|
|1 September||National Holiday- Slovak Constitution Day|
|15 September||Day of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows|
|1 November||All Saints Day|
|17 November||Fight for Freedom and Democracy Day|
|22 December||administrative reasons|
|25 - 26 December||observance of Christmas holidays|
|28 - 29 December||administrative reasons|
- 04.06.2017“We are resolved to stand side by side with the United Kingdom and the allies in fighting terrorism,” stated Lajčák in the telegram of condolenceConcerning the terrorist attack in London yesterday before midnight on London Bridge and then the nearby Borough Market, wherein seven people lost their lives and 48 were injured, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic Miroslav Lajčák sent a telegram of condolence to his UK counterpart Boris Johnson today (4 June). “I have been deeply saddened to learn of the terrorist attack in London. There is nothing to justify these shameful and absurd acts of terrorism aimed at innocent people to spread fear and hatred. I would like to express my condolences to you and to convey them to the people of the United Kingdom and the families of the victims of this attack. And I reaffirm our resolve to stand side by side with the United Kingdom and the allies in fighting terrorism,” stated Lajčák in the telegram of condolence.
- 23.05.2017A telegram of condolences from Miroslav Lajčák to his British departmental counterpart Boris JohnsonIn relation with the terror attack in Manchester that claimed the lives of more than twenty victims and left more than 50 persons injured, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajčák, sent a telegram of condolences to his British departmental counterpart Boris Johnson, today (23 May).
- 23.03.2017Statement of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic on the terrorist attack in LondonThe Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic expresses its outrage over the cowardly attack in the heart of London on 22 March, near the British Parliament, in which dozens of people were injured. We condemn all the acts of violence aimed at raising fear in the public. Terrorist attacks are shameful and deny all the values of civilized society and esteem for a human life.
- 14.03.2017On 13 March, the Embassy of Slovakia in London organised an evening of poetry, music and art. After welcoming more than 60 guests, Ambassador of Slovakia introduced the Slovak artists and special guests who for the first time introduced the poetry by Jozef Leikert to the audience living in London.
- 03.03.2017The succession of steps planned by London in relation to its departure from the EU, as well as the minimization of negative impacts due to Brexit on EU citizens living and working in Great Britain – including citizens of the Slovak Republic – were tabled during the meeting of Slovak Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajčák and Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union David Davis today (3 March). The British Brexit Secretary talked about the ideas and plans of the Government on the future arrangement of relations with the EU once Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty has been triggered, which should happen by the end of this month. Lajčák said it is expected that the talks on Great Britain leaving the EU will be constructive and pragmatic and will readily lead to agreement, and that the rights of EU citizens will remain guaranteed in Great Britain.