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Welcome to the Website of the Austrian Embassy Jakarta!
The Austrian Embassy Jakarta provides an initial point of contact for various enquiries and interests. Our website contains information on Austrian politics, its economy, culture and tourism. Under Practical Advice you find further information on consular services, travel and tourist information.
Our contact details are the following:
Opening hours for the public: Monday to Friday, 9.00 am to 12.00 am. The embassy is closed on Indonesian and Austrian holidays.
By phone: Monday to Thursday, 08.00 am to 16.00 pm, on Friday until 14.00 pm
Visa inquiries by phone: only Monday to Thursday between 14.30 pm and 15.30 pm
NEW! - Online Appointment System for Residence Permit Applications
Applications for residence permits can only be submitted upon prior appointment.
PLEASE NOTE: for quantity limited residence permits (“quota”; “quotenpflichtige Niederlassungsbewilligungen”) the date and time of the personal submission of the application will be crucial for the quota-ranking of applications.
Appointments for quota residence permit applications to be submitted from 4 January 2016 can be booked via our online appointment system since 9 November 2015 12.00 pm local time.
More information can be found here.
Roll out of the "Visa Information System - VIS"
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Dialogue of Cultures
The Dialogue of Cultures is an important topic in the bilateral relations between Austria and Indonesia.
In September 2010, the Indonesian Foreign Ministry in cooperation with the “Institute of Hindu Dharma Negeri Denpasar“ organized a bilateral dialogue symposium in Bali. The main topic of discussion was the role of women in religion, society and politics. This was already the fourth intercultural dialogue symposium between Austrian and Indonesia. The next meeting will take place 2014/2015 in Vienna.
On the occasion of the state visit of the Austrian Federal President Heinz Fischer to Indonesia on November 19th 2011, a joint statement on the cooperation in the field of dialogue of cultures was signed by the Foreign Ministries - with both Presidents attending the signing.
Austria, due to its history and geopolitical situation, has a long-standing tradition in intercultural and inter-religious dialogue activities, in particular with the Muslim world and Islam in Europe. The legal recognition of Islam as early as 1912 has contributed to the fact that dialogue has featured prominently on Austria’s foreign policy agenda for decades.