Relations between Serbia and Sudan are traditionally good, but it is necessary to intensify political dialogue and cooperation in various areas of mutual interest. Sudan is among the countries that have not recognized the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo, which is another gesture of friendship that characterizes mutual relations.
There has been no exchange of visits for a long time, and meetings of officials are most often held at international and regional gatherings.
Economic relations are mostly concentrated on trade cooperation, which is at a modest level, with a pronounced surplus on the part of Serbia. In 2019, exports amounted to 124 thousand euros, and imports to 273 thousand euros, and in the period January – November 2020, 346 thousand euros of exports and 110 thousand imports were realized.
Agreement between Yugoslavia and Sudan on trade and economic cooperation.
Signed on: 14 January 1961.
Effective date: 14 January 1961.
Published in the Official Gazette No.8 from 26 August 1961, Appendix.
Air traffic agreement with Sudan.
Signed on: 9 May 1964.
Effective date: 18 May 1965.
Published in the Official Gazette No.6/1965, Appendix.
Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Egypt covering Sudan from Cairo on a non-residential basis: http://www.cairo.mfa.gov.rs/
Embassy of Sudan in Romania covering Republic of Serbia from Bucharest on a non-residential basis: https://www.sudanembassy.ro/
Contact in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Department of Africa and Middle East (DAME); tel. 00 381 (0) 11 30 68 254; e-mail email@example.com.