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Bulgarian-Serbian relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Serbia. Both countries established diplomatic relations on 18 January 1879. Bulgaria has an embassy in Belgrade. Serbia has an embassy in Sofia. There are between 20,000 and 30,000 Bulgarians who are living in Serbia.
Both countries are full members of the Southeast European Cooperation Process, of the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe, of the Central European Initiative, of the Southeast European Cooperative Initiative and of the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation. Both countries share 318 km of common borders. Bulgaria has been an EU member since 1 January 2007.
|Area||110,910 km² (42,823 sq mi)||88,361 km² (34,116 sq mi )|
|Population Density||68.9 /km² (185 /sq mi)||91,9/km2 (238/sq mi)|
|Largest City||Sofia - 1,241,396 (1,301,683 Metro)||Belgrade - 1,640,000 (2,000,000 Metro)|
|Government||Parliamentary republic||Parliamentary republic|
|Official languages||Bulgarian||Serbian (official provincial languages: Slovak, Hungarian, Romanian, Rusyn, Croatian)|
|Main religions||82.64% Orthodox Christians, 12.20% Islam, 0.55%
Catholic Christians, 0.53% Protestant Christians, 0.19% Other, 3.57%
Does not self-identify,
0.31% Not shown
|84.1% Eastern Orthodoxy, 6.24% Roman Catholicism, 3.62% Islam,
2% Protestantism, 5.4% other
|Ethnic groups||84% Bulgarians, 9% Turkish, 5% Roma and 2%
|83% Serbs, 4% Hungarians, 2% Bosniaks,
1.5% Roma, 1% Yugoslavs, 1% Slovaks, 10% Other
|GDP (nominal)||US$51.989 billion ($7,033 per capita)||$43.7 billion ($5,906 per capita)|
- see: Bulgarians in Serbia
- Agatonović, Rad. (1899). "Односи између Србије и Блгарске" (in Serbian). Kingdom of Serbia.
- Bulgarian embassy in Belgrade
- Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs about relations with Bulgaria
- Serbian embassy in Sofia