3 August 2020 legislature

Parliamentary friendship groups are Assembly bodies that can be established in the National Assembly for the purpose of voluntary improvement of relations and cooperation of out country with other countries. When a parliamentary friendship group is established, mutually expressed interest in cooperation between Parliaments represents the staring point.

When an MP wishes to create a parliamentary friendship group, he/she submits an application to the Speaker of the National Assembly. The Foreign Affairs Committee makes a decision on the establishment, and selects a Head and members of parliamentary friendship groups; approves decisions on the exchange of visits with parliamentary friendship groups of representative bodies of other countries, and keeps a record of membership.


Parliamentary friendship group

Parliamentary friendship group Number of members
Albania 24
Algeria 15
Angola 14
Argentina 27
Armenia 28
Australia 38
Austria 69
Azerbaijan 30
Bahamas 24
Bahrain 15
Belarus 37
Belgium 39
Bhutan 6
Bolivia 2
Bosnia and Herzegovina 69
Botswana 22
Brazil 43
Bulgaria 36
Burundi 10
Cabo Verde 5
Cambodia 10
Cameroon 23
Canada 42
Central African Republic 22
Chile 18
China 126
Comoros 23
Congo 23
Croatia 37
Cuba 53
Cyprus 49
Czech Republic 39
Democratic People's Republic of Korea 15
Democratic Republic of the Congo 9
Denmark 31
Djibouti 5
Dominican Republic 24
Ecuador 24
Egypt 51
El Salvador 4
Equatorial Guinea 23
Eritrea 24
Estonia 5
Ethiopia 12
Fiji 8
Finland 24
France 88
Gambia 5
Georgia 19
Germany 98
Ghana 16
Greece 101
Grenada 23
Guatemala 7
Guinea-Bissau 23
Guyana 5
Holy See 16
Hungary 92
Iceland 5
India 33
Indonesia 21
Iran 25
Iraq 17
Ireland 22
Israel 64
Italy 98
Jamaica 24
Japan 71
Jordan 15
Kazakhstan 32
Kenya 8
Kuwait 21
Kyrgyzstan 23
Laos 24
Latvia 9
Lebanon 5
Lesotho 11
Liberia 23
Liechtenstein 8
Lithuania 13
Luxemburg 25
Madagascar 22
Malawi 6
Malaysia 18
Mali 23
Malta 29
Mauritius 29
Mexico 30
Micronesia 3
Moldova 15
Montenegro 66
Morocco 36
Mozambique 23
Myanmar 10
Namibia 10
Nauru 22
Nepal 11
Netherlands 38
Nicaragua 23
Nigeria 23
North Macedonia 39
Norway 63
Oman 10
Pakistan 8
Palau 23
Palestine 12
Papua New Guinea 24
Paraguay 25
Peru 4
PFG with the Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa 14
Philippines 19
Poland 28
Portugal 51
Qatar 28
Republic of Korea 19
Romania 31
Russia 151
Rwanda 8
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 27
Sao Tome and Principe 23
Saudi Arabia 13
Sierra Leone 10
Slovakia 28
Slovenia 57
Solomon Islands 23
South African Republic 18
South Sudan 23
Sovereign Order of Malta 15
Spain 91
Sri Lanka 26
Sudan 24
Suriname 23
Sweden 48
Switzerland 67
Syria 11
Tajikistan 8
Togo 23
Trinidad and Tobago 23
Tunisia 26
Turkey 84
Turkmenistan 10
Uganda 9
Ukraine 24
United Arab Emirates 69
United Kingdom 75
United States of America 119
Uruguay 24
Uzbekistan 29
Venezuela 21
Vietnam 10
Zambia 10
Zimbabwe 10
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wednesday, 5 october
  • 10.00 - the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee meets with the Belgian Ambassador to Serbia (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall 2)

  • 11.00 - the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee meets with the US Ambassador to Serbia (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall 2)

  • 11.00 - the National Assembly Speaker meets with the Mexican Ambassador to Serbia (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall 1)

  • 12.00 - press conference of MPs Zoran Lutovac and Dragana Rakic (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Central Hall)

  • 12.30 - press conference of the SERBIAN MOVEMENT DVERI – PATRIOTIC BLOC Parliamentary Group (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, Central Hall)

  • 12.45 - the National Assembly Speaker meets with the Iranian Ambassador to Serbia (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square, hall 1)

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