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San Marino
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Governmental system: Republic
Head of State: Captains Regent Stefano Palmieri and Matteo Ciacci (01.04.2018. - 01.10.2018.)
Prime Minister:
Minister of Foreign Affairs: Nicola Renzi
Date of establishing diplomatic relations: 14 February 2002

Political relations:


 -  Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of San Marino visited Belgrade on 16 April 2018 when he met with FDPM/MFA I. Dacic. Economic cooperation: According to the official information provided by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, total foreign trade in goods with San Marino in 2017 amounted to EUR 300 thousand. In 2017, total exports amounted to EUR 200 thousand, resulting in San Marino being 113th country on the list of Serbia's export destinations. Total imports in 2017 amounted to EUR 100 thousand and San Marino took the 130th place according to countries' share in total imports to Serbia.
- FDPM and MFA I. Dačić met on October 24, 2017 with the Minister of Interior Guerrero Zanotti on the margins of the OSCE Mediterranean Conference held in Palermo, 24-25. October 2017.
- Former MFA V. Jeremic and the then MFA F. Stolfi had a bilateral meeting in the margins of the UN General Assembly session, in September 2007.

Economic relations:

In the first ten months of 2017, the total trade exchange with San Marino was worth cca 114,000 euros, of which our export to San Marino was worth cca 13,000 euros, and the import was worth cca 101,000 euros.
During 2015, there were no exports to San Marino, while imports to Serbia stood at EUR 264 thousand.
The existing trade cooperation is very low in intensity. In the first ten months of 2013, exports amounted to $ 34 000 (78.9% increase compared to 2012), while imports amounted to $ 67 000 (3% drop compared to 2012). The volume of trade in goods was $ 101 000, and import-export ratio was 51%. Possibilities for the enhancement of cooperation between the two countries exist primarily in the areas of tourism, agriculture, machining and textile industry, as well as investments into free trade areas.

Bilateral agreements

(Last Updated on Monday, 28 May 2018.)