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The Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Tehran

No, 72 Moghadassi Street, Bahonar Street, Niavaran, Post Code: 1971836199, P.O.Box 19395-6341, Tehran, Iran
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Tel.: +98 2122740466, +98 2122754560, +98 2122733706
Fax: +98 2122758528


Applying for consular services is by appointment only. You can book your appointment via email


Schengen visa applications (type C)

In addition to other documents necessary to submit with an application for Schengen Visa, citizens of Iran whose accommodation will not be covered by the inviting entity or private individual, are also required to submit a proof of payment for the accommodation during their stay in Slovakia (a hotel reservation is not sufficient). Applicants travelling to the Schengen area for the first time must also submit an invitation certified by the Border and Immigration Police of the Slovak Republic.


Changes in applying for permanent/temporary residencies and for Slovak National Visas (type D):

The Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Tehran wishes to inform that the appointment slots for submitting applications for temporary/permanent residencies and for National Visas (type D) for the purpose of submitting the application for temporary/permanent residence directly at the Border and Immigration Police in the Slovak Republic are currently fully booked. New appointment slots for submitting the above mentioned types of applications will be available after July 1, 2020.


This does not apply to students admitted to bachelor/master/PhD. programs at Slovak Universities and to family members of third country nationals who have been already granted the permanent or temporary residence in the Slovak Republic.


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  • 04.07.2019
    “The dynamics of foreign policy events pushes us to continue maintaining a high degree of professionalism in our foreign service,” stated Miroslav Lajčák, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, in his concluding remarks delivered at the meeting of the heads of diplomatic missions. As he clarified, demands on multilateral political, consular and economic dimensions of foreign policy are high, and therefore it is important to continue to deliver consistently. “I wish to thank you for always having the interests of the Slovak Republic and its citizens in mind while carrying out your tasks,” emphasized the head of the Slovak diplomatic service, addressing the Slovak ambassadors as he was formally closing the four-day meeting.
  • 03.07.2019
    Being received by the President of the Slovak Republic Zuzana Čaputova was the most important item of the agenda of the meeting of the heads of diplomatic missions, which continued today (July 3, 2019) in Bratislava. “I took office with the idea that I wish to be an active president in the area of foreign policy among others. I will clearly and straightforwardly communicate our values and our interests and defend them, as I wish for Slovakia to be perceived as a confident country with its values firmly anchored. I will not be silent should our values be besmirched, or should there be confusing signals coming out of Slovakia or acts against our interests as a member of the EU and NATO. This is mainly what we discussed with the minister of foreign affairs Miroslav Lajčák and our ambassadors. I very much appreciate the work they do for Slovakia. I promise I will do everything I can so that they can be proud of Slovakia and have good conditions for their demanding work. I want our diplomatic service to continue to be respected and of quality,” proclaimed the Slovak president Zuzana Čaputová.
  • 03.07.2019
    “I appreciate that in part owing to the national brand we are seen today much more positively abroad,” stated the Minister of Foreign and Euroepan Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajčák, referring to the results of the prestigious ranking “FutureBrand Country Index 2019” in which Slovakia has moved up 24 places since 2014.
  • 02.07.2019
    Economic diplomacy, development aid and cooperation with the business sector at home and abroad were the three dominant themes of the second day of the standard meeting of the heads of diplomatic missions, which continued today (2 July 2019) at the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, in Bratislava. “Economic diplomacy, development aid and generally coordinating activities with the business sector are one of the main tasks of the heads of diplomatic missions,” the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajčák, said as he welcomed the Deputy Prime Minister for Investments and Informatization Richard Raši and the Minister of Economy Peter Žiga.
  • 01.07.2019
    Delivering introductory remarks, the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajčák, opened today (1 July 2019) the standard meeting of the heads of diplomatic missions of the Slovak Republic abroad. The ministry organizes this forum every year as a platform for discussion on principal issues of Slovak foreign policy and as an opportunity to analyse in detail the results achieved. “The foreign policy milieu has changed and so has the situation at home. Foreign policy today is, more than ever before, subject to internal political debates,” emphasized Miroslav Lajčák when speaking to the present heads of diplomatic missions. According to Slovakia’s chief diplomat, it is therefore necessary for our diplomatic missions to continue to execute their agendas professionally, in all required areas. “Be it in relation to the political or economic agendas, development aid, but in particular to the consular agenda, our work means service to all our citizens,” underscored Miroslav Lajčák.