Political and economic cooperation between Serbia and Denmark is at a good level, with continuous growth, without open issues, except for the Danish recognition of Kosovo's unilateral declaration of independence. The visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Denmark J. Kofod to Serbia on 30-31. August 2021, contributed to the improvement of bilateral cooperation and the strengthening of political dialogue. On that occasion, he had meetings with the highest Serbian officials. The talks were assessed by both sides as extremely good, Danish support for Serbia's European integration was confirmed, and interest in further Danish investments in Serbia was expressed.
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Denmark A. Samuelsen visited Belgrade in November 2018, when he met with President R. Serbia A. Vučić, Prime Minister A. Brnabić and the then First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs I. Dačić.
In 2021 trade amounted to 273.09 milion of euros (exports 76.45 milion of euros, imports 196.63 milion of euros). In 2020, trade amounted to 218.1 million euros (exports 60.6, imports 157.5 million euros). A record level of trade was recorded in 2019 when it amounted to 230.2 mil. euros, but with a record deficit of 119 mil. euros. The biggest investments are Carlsberg and Grundfos.
There are 22 agreements in force, some of them being:
Agreement between the Republic of Serbia and Kingdom of Denmark on incentives and mutual protection of investments (15 May 2009; The Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, No. 105/09 – International Agreements),
Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Serbia and the Government of the Kingdom of Denmark on the avoidance of double taxation regarding income and property tax (15 May 2009; The Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, No. 105/09 – International Agreements),
Agreement between the Republic of Serbia and Kingdom of Denmark facilitating procedures for issuing visas (13 March 2008; The Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, No. 19/09 – International Agreements).
Website of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in the Kingdom of Denmark: http://copenhagen.mfa.gov.rs/cir/
Website of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Denmark in the Republic of Serbia: https://serbien.um.dk/en
Contact at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Department for Europe, Tel. +381 11 3068326, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org