Official name
ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
Form of government
Parliamentary constitutional monarchy, Member of British Commonwealth
Capital
St. John’s
Head of State
Queen Elizabeth II, represented by Governor-General Sir Rodney Williams
Prime Minister
Gaston Browne
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Everly Paul Chet Greene
Date of establishment of bilateral relations
28 September 2018

Political relations

Bilateral relations are on an upward trend following the exchange of visits at the level of the Minister of Foreign Affairs. The Republic of Serbia is also committed to activities within regional organizations in which Antigua and Barbuda enjoys full membership – the Caribbean Community, the Association of Caribbean States, which represent a complementary channel of communication and create opportunities for further development of relations.

The then First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs I. Dačić visited Antigua and Barbuda on 1 – 2 November 2018, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Antigua and Barbuda E. P. Chet Green visited Republic of Serbia from 21 to 24 February 2020.

 

Economic relations

Registered imports during 2020 amounted to 9,000 euros, as well as during 2019.

 

Bilateral agreements

The obligation to recognize the certification between the Government of Yugoslavia and the Government of Antigua and Barbuda according to regulation I/10 of the STCW Convention, was signed on 30 November 2001.

 

Contact information

Diplomatic communication at the working level takes place through the embassies of the two countries in Washington D.C. (USA).

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia: http://www.washington.mfa.gov.rs/.

The embassy of Antigua and Barbuda in Washington D.C. (USA) does not have a website.

Contact in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Department for North and South America (DNSA), tel. 00 381 (0) 11 30 68 762, e-mail: oam@mfa.rs.