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Welcome to the website of the General Consulate of the Republic of Serbia in Chicago.

The purpose of this presentation is to inform you, but also to be a tool that will enable us to communicate with each other.
For any questions that you will not find an answer to on this website, we invite you to contact us directly and we will do our best to get you the answer as soon as possible. Your suggestions and comments will help us improve the quality of this presentation.


At the same time, we wish to inform you that the Consulate General has its own e-mail list through which it provides information about the activities of the Consulate General, the latest news in the provision of consular services, as well as about cultural and other events organized by the Consulate General or of relevance to our community in the United States. If you are interested in receiving information from the Consulate General by e-mail, please inform us on info@scgchicago.org and then provide your name and surname, as well as the name of the state in which you reside in the United States. We will be glad to be connected in this way.

Thank you for visiting.


This year marks the 100th anniversary of the alliance between Serbia and the United States, since the US President Wilson's Proclamation of July 28, 1918, when the flag of Serbia fluttered at the White House and other institutions Washington in recognition of the gratitude to the Serbian people and their army for the contribution in the First World War.
In the period from July 25 to July 28, 2018, a series of events will be held in Washington DC on this occasion to celebrate this significant anniversary in a solemn ceremony.
The organizers of the anniversary celebration  are the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Washington, the Serbian Orthodox Church in the United States and representatives of Serbian organizations and the Serbian community in the United States.
Within the celebration there will be a reception which the senior officials of the Republic of Serbia and the United States are expected to attend.
Bishop Irinej of Eastern America will hold a prayer at the US Congress, after which members of the Serbian-American community in the United States will be able to meet with their representatives in the Congress.
A symposium at the National Press Club in Washington is planned, with the participation of several lecturers who would speak about the alliance between the American and Serbian people during the First World War, as well as the contribution of the Serbian army and the Serbian people to the great victory.
On that occasion the exhibition "Over There, Far Away: 1918 - 2018" will be presented. A concert by the String Quartet of the School for Musical Talents from Ćuprija, Serbia will be given at the Carnegie Science Institute in Washington, and the Serbian Singing Society "Lira" will perform at the Serbian Orthodox Church of St Luke in Washington. Also, the Eastern Orthodox liturgy will take place in memory of the victims of the war at the Orthodox Cathedral of St Nicholas in Washington. The final event would be a gala dinner that will be held at the National Press Club in Washington.
The Consulate General is inviting members of the Serbian community in the United States to contribute through their presence in marking this significant anniversary.
Program manifestations and other details can be found here.


During the tour in the Midwest, "Kosovo Peonies" (Kosovski Bozuri), the musical ethnic ensemble from Serbia, performed ten concerts at Serbian Orthodox churches in Chicago and other cities in the state of Illinois and Indiana, including the city of Indianapolis. Alongside the members of the "Kosovo Peonies", led by an actress Ivana Žigon, concerts include Bojana Peković, gusle, and Predrag Radisavljević, accordion. At the concerts they perform and recite songs inspired by Kosovo and Metohija. The attendance at the concerts was extremely good and the audience's reactions were very emotional.

On behalf of the Consulate General, the Actong Consul General Dejan Radulovic attended the first concert held at St. Stephen of Decani Church in Chicago. During their stay in Chicago, members of the musical ensemble "Kosovo Peonies" also visited Consulate General.

Photo gallery can be viewed here.


The festival "Days of Dušan Kovačević" was held under the organization of the Serbian Theater "Mira Sremčević" in Chicago. On that occasion, "Stardust" was shown in interpretation of the members of the Serbian Theater in Chicago and "Marathoners Running the Honorary Circle" was played by members of the Serbian Theater from Toronto. The third performance, "Gathering Center" was to be performed by the Serbian Theater "Mira Sremčević" but had to be cancelled due to illness.

At the Festival audience was addressed by Slavica Petrović from the Serbian Theater "Mira Sremčević" and Acting Consul General Dejan Radulović, who expressed his thanks to the organizers of the Festival and for the enthusiasm of the members of Serbian theaters which was affirmed in previous years and thus took a special place in the cultural life of the Serbian communities in Chicago and Toronto.

A message of greetings from Dušan Kovačević which he sent for the occasion of the Chicago Festival was also read.
After the performance of the Serbian Theater from Toronto, Acting Consul General Dejan Radulović met with the actors of the performance and thanked them for their participation in the Festival in Chicago.

Photo gallery can be viewed here.

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