The bilateral relations of the Republic of Serbia and the Kingdom of Bhutan are friendly and have the potential for improvement in various areas.
The first visit of a delegation of Bhutan to the Republic of Serbia was conducted during the 141st session of the Interparliamentary Union in Belgrade, 13-17 October 2019. The delegation was headed by Tashi Dorji, Chairman of the National Council, the upper house of the Parliament of the Kingdom of Bhutan, meeting the Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia at the time, Maja Gojković.
Economic cooperation is not regulated by agreements and consists of trade in goods with a modest scope.
According to the Serbian Bureau of Statistics, from January through April 2022, no trade in goods was registered between the two countries. In 2021, Serbia didn’t export goods to Bhutan, while the import from Bhutan to Serbia amounted the value of 43.000 euros. During 2020 Serbia imported goods from Bhutan with a value of 1,000 euros, while there were no exports from Serbia.
The bilateral cooperation of the Republic of Serbia and the Kingdom of Bhutan is not regulated by agreements.
The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in New Delhi covers the Kingdom of Bhutan on a non-residential basis http://www.newdelhi.mfa.gov.rs/
The Embassy of the Kingdom of Bhutan in Brussels covers the Republic of Serbia operationally https://www.mfa.gov.bt/?page_id=42
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