Consulate of Croatia in Tuzla (Bosnia & Herzegovina) :

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Address of the Consulate of Croatia in Tuzla (Bosnia & Herzegovina) :

Croatian Consulate General in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina Kazan mahala 1 75 000 Tuzla Bosnia and Herzegovina


Telephone of the Consulate of Croatia in Tuzla (Bosnia & Herzegovina) :

(+387) 35 258 330 / 360


Fax of the Consulate of Croatia in Tuzla (Bosnia & Herzegovina)

(+387) 35 258 350


Email of the Consulate of Croatia in Tuzla (Bosnia & Herzegovina) :

gkrh.tuzla@mvp.hr

Website of the Consulate of Croatia in Tuzla

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General information about the embassy :

Ambassador or representative of the Consulate of Croatia of Tuzla (Bosnia & Herzegovina) :

Mr Josip Juras


Opening hours of the Consulate of Croatia in Tuzla (Bosnia & Herzegovina) :

09:00-13:00


Representations in the world :

The Consulate of Croatia in Tuzla (Bosnia & Herzegovina) is one of 1 foreign representations in Tuzla and is one of 69 foreign representations in Bosnia & Herzegovina.
There are 144 representations (embassies or consulates) of Croatia in the world.

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Role of the Consulate of Croatia à Tuzla (Bosnia & Herzegovina)

An embassy is the diplomatic representation of one State to another, it is the place of diplomatic representation of a State in another State. It is of the order of diplomacy, i.e. its mission is to manage negotiations between governments. It represents its government to the authorities of the state in which it is located. It is an intermediary between two states: it facilitates communication between two governments.
In addition to this mission of representation and diplomacy, an embassy ensures a consular mission which allows expatriates to make administrative procedures: such as the elaboration of acts for events of civil state such as a birth, a marriage, a death, a recognition, and to obtain identity papers such as passport or identity card.

In case of insecurity in the host country, an embassy can ensure the protection of these expatriates inside the embassy.

An expatriate in difficulty can also ask his embassy for help, for example if he loses his money, his identity documents, and he can also ask to be repatriated.