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Request for Quotation - EXTENDED

EXTENDED - IOM invites interested eligible Suppliers to submit Quotations for Construction and Furnishing of playground in RC Kikinda as per provided documentation. Quotation must be submitted and addressed to International Organization for Migration (IOM), Skenderbegova 3, PO Box 104, 11158 Belgrade - Republic of Serbia before 23.08.2017. by 16:00 local time. Late quotations will not be accepted.

EU Support to Serbia and Former Yougoslav Republic of Macedonia in Managing Migration/Refugees Crisis on Balkan Route

Commencement of construction works for additional Annex in Asylum center in Tutin - Press Release

Tutin, 03 August 2017 - Representatives of EU Delegation, Commissariat for Refugees and Migration, International Organization for Migration (IOM) and Municipality of Tutin have officially opened the construction works for building of an additional annex (Annex B) in Asylum center in Tutin. In line with the planned construction works, Annex B, intended for accommodation of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, shall include 60 accommodation spaces in standard rooms, infirmary, playground, as well as 12 accommodation spaces in rooms with toilets intended for persons with disabilities.

Interview Global Compact for migration in the Western Balkans

Global Compact for migration in the Western Balkans

IOM is holding six regional consultations on the Global Compact for migration in the Western Balkans. Here, Peter Van Der Auweraert, sub-regional Coordinator, explains the relevance of these high-level meetings. For more information about Global Compact on Migration visit IOM website

Donation to the Serbian Ministry of Interior from the Government of Japan

Donation to the Serbian Ministry of Interior from the Government of Japan

Today, the Ministry of Interior (MoI) of the Republic of Serbia received a donation of 11 off-road vehicles, 3 vans and 68 sets of computers and printers. The donation was formally handed over to the Minister of Interior by the Ambassador of Japan, HE Juichi Takahara.

UNHCR and IOM present new plan to respond to the refugee and migrant situation in Serbia

UNHCR and IOM present new plan to respond to the refugee and migrant situation in Serbia

Belgrade, 23 January 2016 - UNHCR and IOM today presented a new strategy and appeal to help respond to the situation of refugees and migrants in Serbia in 2017. The strategy and appeal for Serbia are part of a bigger Regional Refugee and Migrant Response Plan for Europe (RMRP) covering Turkey, Southern Europe, Western Balkans, and other parts of Europe presented to potential donors in Geneva on 19 January.