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Governmental system: Republic
Head of State: Filipe Jacinto Nyusi
Prime Minister: Carlos Agostinho do Rosário
Minister of Foreign Affairs: Oldemiro Marques Júlio Baloi
Date of establishing diplomatic relations: 1975.

Political relations:

The Republic of Mozambique does not recognize Kosovo's unilateral declaration of independence, and it voted against so-called "Kosovo's" admission into the UNESCO at the 38th UNESCO's General Conference.

On the occasion of the Serbian Statehood Day, on 15 February 2016, President of the Republic of Serbia T. Nikolic conferred on President of the Republic of Mozambique Filipe Nyusi the Order of the Republic of Serbia on a Sash.

In 2015, the Consulate of the Republic of Serbia was opened in Maputo, headed by Honorary Consul John Kachamila.

There has been no exchange of visits lately. The only meetings were those held on the margins of international events, the latest being between the two Foreign Ministers at the Executive Council of the African Union in January 2012, in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia).

Economic relations:

In 2015, Serbian exports amounted to EUR 223,000, and imports stood at EUR 722,000.
In 2012, Serbian exports amounted to € 150 000, and imports to € 1.3 million.

Bilateral agreements