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The new embassy building, owned by Bosnia & Herzegovina state, is located at 37 General Anrija Street in the Belgrade municipality of Voždovac.

The building has three floors, with the consular section on the ground floor and the other two floors housing the diplomatic section and office of the military attaché.

The previous building of the Embassy, located in the city centre’s Krunska Street, was rented by the Bosnian state from Serbia.

The opening comes after the B&H Council of Ministers brought the decision to purchase real estate for the needs of the country’s embassies in Belgrade and Zagreb.

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