The Australian Embassy in Vienna and Permanent Mission to the UN is accredited to Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Kosovo, Slovakia, Slovenia, and to the International Organisations in Vienna.
The Australian Embassy and Permanent Mission to the International Organisations in Vienna, with non-resident accreditation for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Kosovo, Slovakia, and Slovenia has the following vacancy:
Australian Embassy Consular Visit to Budapest - 25 January 2017
Consular staff from the Australian Embassy Vienna will visit Budapest on Wednesday 25 January 2017. The visit will include provision of notarial and passport services by appointment between 8:30am - 12:00pm and 13:30pm – 15:00pm.
All requests for appointment, including an indication of the type of service required, should be directed to email@example.com by Friday 20 January. Please note, it may not be possible to accommodate all requests.
Embassy of Canada to Hungary in Budapest
1027 Budapest, Ganz u. 12-14
Australia’s statement to the OSCE Ministerial Council
Ambassador Hammer delivering Australia’s statement at the 23rd meeting of the OSCE Ministerial Council in Hamburg. Copyright: Australian Embassy.
Ambassador Dr Brendon Hammer delivered Australia's statement to the 23rd Ministerial Council of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in Hamburg, Germany on 9 December 2016. Ambassador Hammer conveyed Australia’s disappointment that ongoing violence in eastern Ukraine remained intractable and once again called on Russia to abide by its international obligations. He stated that Australia did not recognise the illegal annexation of Crimea, and stressed the role of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine in assessing the implementation of the ceasefire. Ambassador Hammer welcomed the OSCE’s activities on countering terrorism and violent extremism, and highlighted Australia’s participation in OSCE workshops on combatting human trafficking. Ambassador Hammer also registered Australia's candidacy for the United Nations Human Rights Council for the term 2018-20. Read the full statement here.
International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
25 November marks the UN International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women (IDEVAW). Eliminating violence against women, both in Australia and internationally, is a priority of the Australian Government and a key part of its foreign policy and overseas aid program. This day, followed by the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign, encourages the change in attitude and behaviours that lead to and perpetuate violence against women by mobilising people everywhere to bring about change. For a media release by the Minister for Foreign Mininster, the Hon Julie Bishop MP, please refer here.
Australia's Ambassador for Women and Girls works to ensure that the empowerment of women and girls is a central focus of Australia's diplomatic, development and defence concerns. Hear from Australia’s Ambassador for Women and Girls about what we can do to stop violence against women here.
Remembrance Day 2016
On Remembrance Day, a minute’s silence is held in many parts of the world to remember the servicemen and women who gave their lives in wartime and during conflicts and peacekeeping operations. Remembrance Day is held on 11 November, the date which commemorates the anniversary of the Armistice which ended the First World War in 1918.
The Australian Embassy in Vienna participated in Remembrance Day services in Vienna and at Commonwealth War Graves in Klagenfurt, southern Austria, and Solymár a short drive to the north of Budapest in Hungary.
For more information about Remembrance Day, please refer to https://www.awm.gov.au/commemoration/remembrance/tradition/