Chronology of Diplomatic Relations
Diplomatic relations between Georgia and the Republic of Serbia were established on 26 June 1995.
Fields of Cooperation
Cooperation between Georgia and Republic of Serbia has been activated and a number of high level visits of both Georgian and Serb officials took place since 2017. In order to ensure more dynamic cooperation between the two countries the sides agreed to assign diplomatic representatives in Tbilisi and Belgrade. During the visit of Georgian Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs to Serbia, in 2018, the agreement of visa free travel was signed aiming to facilitate people to people contacts.
The cooperation between the Ministries of Justice and Internal Affairs of Georgia and Serbia is the priority direction. The Serbian side expressed interest to share Georgia's successful reforms in public administration, including the establishment of service centers in the regions of Serbia.
Further enrichment of the legal framework between Georgia and Serbia is highly important, as only seven international agreements are signed between the two countries, which regulate cooperation between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, areas of customs matters, avoidance of the double taxation, tourism and etc.
In November 2015, Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation between Tbilisi State Opera and Ballet Theatre and National Theatre of Belgrade was signed.
In 1998 Georgia gifted the municipality of Zemun with a stone sculpture of Georgian Orthodox Church with Georgian architectural monuments.