Japan–Serbia relations

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Japanese-Serbian relations
Map indicating locations of Japan and Serbia



Japanese-Serbian relations are the bilateral relations between the countries of Japan and Serbia. Both countries have first signed diplomatic missions on May 20, 1997. Japan has an embassy in Belgrade. Serbia has an embassy in Tokyo and an honorary consulate in Osaka.

Trade and aid[edit]

Japan is considered one of Serbia's most important trading partners in Asia.[1] One of the most notable interactions between the two countries took place in 2003 when Japan donated 93 city buses to the city of Belgrade.[2]


The most recent census data records 86 Japanese nationals living in Serbia.[3]

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