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  • ​Overview

      • Establishment of Diplomatic Relations : December 27, 1989
      • Bilateral Trade (2021)
        • Exports : $ 268 million (Semiconductor, Flat panel display)
        • Imports : $ 210 million (Grain(Corn), Metallic minerals)
      • Number of Koreans living in Serbia(2022) : about 136
      • High-level Exchanges
        • From the ROK to Serbia
          • 1990  March Minister of Foreign Affairs Choi Ho-jung
          • 1991  May Special Envoy of the President Park Dong-jin
          • 2002  August Minister for Trade Hwang Doo-yun
          • 2006  September Speaker of the National Assembly Lim Chae-jung
          • 2009  Febraury Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Shin Kak-soo
          • 2009  September Special Envoy of the President Na Kyung-won
          • 2009  November Delegation of Korea Scout Parliamentary Association
          • 2012  November Deputy Minister for political Affairs Kim Kyou-hyun
          • 2014  December korea-Serbia Parliamentary freindship Group
          • 2015  June Deputy Minister for Political Affairs Kim Hong-kyun
          • 2015  December Deputy Minister for Multilateral and Global Affairs Shin Dong-ik
          • 2015  December President of Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency Kim Jae-hong
          • 2017  Febraury Minister of Personnel Management Kim Dong-Keuk
          • 2017  December Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Cho Hyun
          • 2018  March Vice-Speaker of the National Assembly, Park Joo-Sun
          • 2019  March Chairperson of the Fair Trade Commission, Kim Sang-jo
          • 2019  June Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kang kyung-wha
          • 2019  October Speaker of National Assembly, Moon Hee-sang
          • 2019  October Deputy Minister for Foreig Affairs, Yoon Soon-gu
        • From Serbia to the ROK
          • 1990  November Head of State Borisav Jovic
          • 1995  June Deputy Foreign Minister Radoslav Bulajic
          • 2002  November Minister of Foreign Affairs Goran Svilanovic
          • 2003  May Montenegrin Deputy Foreign Minister Vesko Garcevic
          • 2004  March Assistant Foreign Minister Dusan Crnogorcevic
          • 2005  March Assistant Foreign Minister Zeljko Perovic
          • 2005  April Deputy Foreign Minister Predrag Boskovic
          • 2007  December Assistant Foreign Minister Cedomir Radojkovic
          • 2010  June Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic
          • 2010  September Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Regional Development Mladjan Dinkic
          • 2011  July Assistant Foreign Minister Vuijc
          • 2012  June Deputy Economy Minister Zec
          • 2012  December Prince Karadjordjevic
          • 2016  March Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government Kori Udovicki
          • 2018  February Minister of Youth and Sports Vanja Udovicic
          • 2018  September Minister of Environmental Protection, Goran Trivan
          • 2019  December Speaker of National Assembly, Maja Gojkovic
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