Short history

Romania and Serbia established diplomatic relations on 14/26 April 1879.

On January 1, 1939 the ties of the two states were raised at embassy level.

On May 13, 1941, the bilateral diplomatic relations were interrupted to be re-established on January 24, 1945, at the level of diplomatic representation and later lifted at embassy level on 1 March 1956.

In 2014 Romania and Serbia celebrated 135 years of diplomatic relations.

Diplomatic representation:

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to the Republic of Serbia is Her Excellency Mrs. Oana-Cristina Popa since September 2016.

The Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to Romania is His Excellency Mr. Branko Brankovic since September 2013

A General Consulate of Romania is functioning in Vârşeţ. The General Consul of Romania at Vârşeţ is Mr. Gheorghe Dinu.

In October 2012, the Consulate General of Romania was established at Zajecar. The Consul General of Romania is Mr. Marius Olyver Dilof.

Romania has a Representative Office in Pristina. 

Embassy Actuality

The scholarship program offered by the Romanian state, through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to foreign citizens, for the academic year 2018 - 2019


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