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Hungary–Serbia relations


Hungary–Serbia relations

Hungarian-Serbian relations
Map indicating locations of Hungary and Serbia



Hungarian-Serbian are foreign relations between Hungary and Serbia. The two countries established diplomatic relations on November 21, 1882 (actually between Serbia and Austria-Hungary dual monarchy centred in Vienna at the time). Hungary has an embassy in Belgrade and a general consulate in Subotica. Serbia has an embassy in Budapest and an honorary consulate in Szeged.

They share 151 km of common border. There are around 198,000 people of Hungarian descent according to the latest census living in Serbia and around 7,000 people of traditional Serbian descent living in Hungary (migrants from Serbia to Hungary since the 1990s are not recorded separately).

Hungary has praised Serbia's treatment of minorities, commending the cultural autonomy and use of minority languages in Serbia.[1]

See also


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External links

  • Hungarian embassy in Belgrade
  • Hungarian general consulate in Subotica(in Hungarian and Serbian only)
  • Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs about relations with Hungary
  • Serbian embassy in Budapest (in Hungarian and Serbian only)
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