As the official representation of Switzerland, the embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It represents Swiss interests in the areas of political, economic, financial and legal affairs. Since Summer 2021, the main focus of the embassy is the implementation of the Swiss Cooperation Programme - North Macedonia 2021-2024.
Embassy of Switzerland in North Macedonia
Information for Swiss citizens currently in North Macedonia
For information on the situation with regard to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Switzerland and in North Macedonia, please consult the information and recommendations provided by the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health, the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia and the World Health Organisation.
In case of emergency, services remain also available outside office hours:
Information about travel and entry to Switzerland
Passports issued by the competent authorities of the Republic of North Macedonia that have not been invalidated, are recognized by Switzerland both for the entry in and exit from Switzerland until further notice. For questions related to the validity of the travel documents of the Republic of North Macedonia and conditions for entry in and exit from North Macedonia please refer to the competent authorities of the country.
Information about travel and entry to North Macedonia
Travel and entry conditions can change quickly and unexpectedly, so please follow regularly the travel advice of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (Not available in English)
Information on entry requirements (approved identity documents, visa, etc.) can be obtained from the relevant foreign embassies and consulates. For detailed information about entry requirements for North Macedonia please contact the Embassy of the Republic of North Macedonia in Bern.
Services and visa
All consular services and visa issues are provided by the Regional Consular Centre Western Balkans in Pristina.
Swiss Federal Tax Administration Warning
Fraudsters try on various occasions to obtain information concerning accounts and credit cards, as well as copies of taxpayers' passports by sending e-mails. These e-mails use false sender addresses. Consequently the Federal Tax Administration (FTA) has been improperly listed as the sender in several of these e-mails. The FTA is now issuing a warning not to respond to these e-mails or ones of a similar nature.
Any FTA claims are sent to taxpayers solely by letter and indicate the dossier number. The FTA never makes enquiries about taxpayers' confidential information via e-mail.
Should you receive fraudulent e-mails, please report this to the FTA and forward the e-mails to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org