Official name
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Form of government
Presidential system
Capital
Bangui
Head of State
Faustin-Archange Touadera
Prime Minister
Henri Marie Donda
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Sylvie Baipo Temon
Date of establishment of bilateral relations
1960

Political relations

Bilateral relations between the Republic of Serbia and the Central African Republic are good and friendly. Diplomatic relations between the SFRY and the Central African Republic were established after the Central African Republic gained independence in 1960.

The Former President of the Republic of Serbia, Tomislav Nikolić, awarded the former President of the Central African Republic, Catherine Samba-Panza, with the Order of the Republic of Serbia on ribbon in recognition of merits in developing and strengthening peaceful cooperation and friendly relations between the Republic of Serbia and the Central African Republic.

The then First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, Ivica Dačić, paid an official visit to the Central African Republic in March 2018.

 

Economic relations

In 2020, domestic exports amounted to 239 thousand euros, and imports to 37 thousand euros.

In 2019, domestic exports amounted to 503 thousand euros, and imports to 5 thousand euros.

 

 

Bilateral agreements

Agreement on Trade and Economic Cooperation between the Government of the SFRY and the Government of the CAR.

Date of entry into force: 13 July 1972.

 

Contact information

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Kinshasa (the Democratic Republic of the Congo) covers the Central African Republic on a non-residential basis: http://www.kinshasa.mfa.gov.rs.

The Embassy of the Central African Republic in Brussels (Belgium) covers the Republic of Serbia on a non-residential basis: https://ambassaderca.be/lambassadeur/.

Political department in charge:

Department for Africa and the Middle East, tel. 00 381 (0) 11 30 68 254, e-mail: ozabi@mfa.rs.