Parliamentary Friendship Groups

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.

Latest activities

  • Branka Bosnjak, Head of the National Assembly’s Parliamentary Friendship Group with the Holy See, and PFG member Milena Bicanin met with the Apostolic Nuncio Orlando Antonini, at the Embassy of the Holy See in Belgrade, on 27 February 2015.

  • A delegation of the Federal Republic of Germany headed by the Chair of the Germany-Southeast Europe Parliamentary Friendship Group Peter Weiss had a working breakfast with the representatives and the Head of the National Assembly’s Parliamentary Friendship Group with Germany, Vesna Markovic, on 12 February 2015.

  • The Head of the Parliamentary Friendship Group with Greece Sasa Mirkovic met with the leader of the Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) Alexis Tsipras, on 5 December 2014.

  • A delegation of the Romanian Parliament headed by the President of the Foreign Policy Commission Petru Filip and President of the Friendship Group Romania-Serbia Ben-Oni Ardelean had several bilateral meetings at the National Assembly with the members of the Parliamentary Friendship Group with Romania, Foreign Affairs Committee Deputy Chairperson Dr Dijana Vukomanovic, National Assembly Deputy Speaker Prof. Dr Vladimir Marinkovic and the Head of the Serbian Progressive Party Parliamentary Group Zoran Babic, on 21 November 2014.

  • A delegation of the National Assembly’s Serbia-Romania Parliamentary Friendship Group headed by Miletic Mihajlovic had bilateral meetings with the Romanian Senate Parliamentary Friendship Group with Serbia headed by its President Ben-Oni Ardelean in Timisoara, on 19 and 20 November 2014, and Vrsac on 20 November 2014.

  • A delegation of the Kuwaiti Parliamentary Friendship Group with Serbia, headed by the PFG Head Faisal Fahad Al-Shaya visited Serbia and had separate meetings with National Assembly Speaker Maja Gojkovic, National Assembly Deputy Speaker Veroljub Arsic, the Head of the Parliamentary Friendship Group with the Arab States of the Gulf Branislav Blazic and the Head of the Parliamentary Friendship Group with Kuwait Aida Corovic, at the National Assembly, 22-25 September 2014.

  • Romanian parliamentary delegation headed by Senator Prof. Dr Ben-Oni Ardelean, Head of the Romania-Serbia Parliamentary Friendship Group, and President of the Foreign Policy Commission Petru Filip visited Serbia and met with National Assembly Deputy Speaker Prof. Dr Vladimir Marinkovic, Miletic Mihajlovic, Head, and the members of the Parliamentary Friendship Group with Romania, and with Aleksandra Djurovic, Chairperson, and the members of the Foreign Affairs Committee, at the National Assembly, on 9 July 2014.

  • A Polish delegation met with the members of the standing delegation to the Inter-Parliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy and the Parliamentary Friendship Group with Poland, at the National Assembly, on 8 July 2014.

  • Portuguese Secretary of State of European Affairs Bruno Maçães met, separately, with National Assembly Speaker Maja Gojkovic and the members of the Parliamentary Friendship Group with Portugal, at the National Assembly, on 4 July 2014.

Parliamentary friendship group - Belarus

MP's full name Political party Hometown Age
ALEKSIC MIROSLAV NPS Trstenik 1978.
ARSIC VEROLJUB SNS Pozarevac 1969.
ATLAGIC Prof. Dr MARKO SNS Belgrade 1949.
BABIC Prim. Dr VLADO SNS Sombor 1960.
BARISIC Dr DRAGANA SNS Krusevac 1975.
BLAZIC Dr BRANISLAV SNS Belgrade 1957.
BOGATINOVIC ZARKO SNS Leskovac 1964.
BOGOSAVLjEVIC BOSKOVIC Prof. Dr SNEZANA SPS Cacak 1964.
BOJANIC ZORAN SNS Kraljevo 1959.
BOJIC DUBRAVKO SRS Belgrade 1953.
BROZ JOSIP KP Belgrade 1947.
BULATOVIC SLAVISA SNS Vranje, Vranjska Banja 1975.
COKIC RADOSLAV SNS Smederevska Palanka 1958.
COLAKOVIC MOMO PUPS Novi Sad 1940.
CORILIC MILENA PUPS Sabac 1944.
DAMJANOVIC MILjAN SRS Belgrade 1984.
DAVIDOVAC TIJANA SNS Belgrade, Lazarevac 1986.
DjOKIC ZVONIMIR SNS Belgrade 1960.
DJUKANOVIC VLADIMIR SNS Belgrade 1979.
DJURISIC MARKO SDS Belgrade, Vracar 1968.
DRECUN MILOVAN SNS Belgrade 1957.
FILIPOVIC SRBISLAV SNS Belgrade 1984.
GAVRILOVIC MARKO SNS Obrenovac 1978.
GRUBOR BORKA SNS Loznica 1960.
IVKOVIC VESNA SPS Smederevo 1960.
JANCIC RADOVAN SNS Novi Knezevac, Srpski Krstur 1958.
JANjUSEVIC KRSTO SNS Priboj 1981.
JEVTOVIC VUKOJICIC MILANKA SNS Priboj 1960.
JOKIC Doc. Dr MIHAILO SNS Valjevo 1948.
JOVANOVIC BRANIMIR SDPS Kraljevo 1979.
JOVANOVIC DRAGAN - Topola 1972.
JOVANOVIC NEDJO SPS Uzice 1962.
JOVANOVIC VERA SNS Belgrade, Rakovica 1947.
KARIC DRAGOMIR (Head) PSSBK Belgrade 1949.
KARIC MILANKA PSSBK Belgrade 1957.
KNEZEVIC BLAZA SNS Sabac 1968.
KNEZEVIC Prof. Dr MILAN SNS Kragujevac 1952.
KOMLENSKI DjORDjE PS Belgrade, Obrenovac 1965.
KOMPIROVIC STANIJA SNS Kosovska Mitrovica 1968.
KOSANIC DJORDJE JS Kragujevac 1967.
KOSTIC DRAGANA SNS Sokobanja 1971.
KOVACEVIC GORAN SNS Kragujevac 1970.
KOVACEVIC STUDENKA SNS Bor 1982.
KRIVOKAPIC Prim. Dr MILOVAN SNS Kosovska Mitrovica 1949.
KRLIC MIRKO SNS Zrenjanin 1955.
LAKETIC MD - PhD DARKO SNS Prokuplje 1975.
LAPCEVIC MILAN DSS Nis 1969.
LINTA MIODRAG - Belgrade, Novi Beograd 1969.
LjUBENOVIC TOMISLAV SRS Leskovac 1951.
MAJKIC ALEKSANDRA SNS Kikinda 1979.
MALUSIC LjILjANA SNS Belgrade, Vozdovac 1958.
MANDIC MOMCILO SRS Belgrade 1954.
MANOJLOVIC IVAN SNS Krusevac 1975.
MARKOVIC ALEKSANDAR SNS Belgrade 1981.
MARKOVIC VESNA SNS Belgrade 1974.
MATIC VEROLjUB SNS Koceljeva 1953.
MIHAJLOVIC LjILjANA SRS Zemun 1965.
MIHAJLOVIC MILETIC SPS Petrovac na Mlavi 1951.
MIJATOVIC JELENA SNS Belgrade 1977.
MIJATOVIC Dr MILORAD SDPS Novi Sad 1947.
MILADINOVIC STEFANA SPS Belgrade, Rakovica 1981.
MILETIC MILIJA USS Svrljig 1968.
MILICEVIC DJORDJE SPS Valjevo 1978.
MILOJEVIC MILOSAV SNS Arandjelovac 1954.
MIRCIC MILORAD SRS Novi Sad 1956.
MITROVIC NENAD SNS Bujanovac 1973.
MRDAKOVIC TODOROVIC Dr LJUBICA SNS Nis 1962.
MRKONЈIC MILUTIN SPS Belgrade 1942.
NIKOLIC IVANA SNS Ub 1989.
NIKOLIC VUKAJLOVIC VESNA SRS Kraljevo 1962.
NOGO SRDjAN Dveri Belgrade 1981.
OBRADOVIC BOSKO Dveri Cacak 1976.
PALALIC JOVAN SNP Backa Palanka 1971.
PANTOVIC OGNjEN SNP Belgrade, Palilula 1989.
PAREZANOVIC MARKO SNS Cacak 1986.
PAUNOVIC SNEZANA SPS Pec 1975.
PAUNOVIC VERA PUPS Lazarevac 1947.
PERIC SRETO SRS Ljubovija 1959.
PESIC OLIVERA SNS Leskovac 1979.
PETKOVIC VLADIMIR SNS Barajevo 1979.
PETROVIC SNEZANA B. PUPS Novi Beograd 1972.
PETROVIC SNEZANA R. SNP Uzice 1965.
RADETA VJERICA SRS Zemun 1955.
RADICEVIC DALIBOR SNS Aleksinac 1976.
RADOJICIC ZORAN Dveri Obrenovac 1975.
RAKIC KATARINA SNS Grocka 1979.
RAKONjAC Dr LjUBINKO ZS Belgrade 1963.
RANCIC Prim. Dr BRANIMIR SNS Nis 1953.
REPAC DESANKA SNS Subotica 1949.
RISTICEVIC MARIJAN PPP Indjija 1958.
SAVKIC DRAGAN SNS Sopot 1947.
SEVARLIC Prof. Dr MILADIN - Zemun 1949.
STEVIC ZVONIMIR SPS Pristina 1957.
STOJADINOVIC DANIJELA SPS Svilajnac 1969.
STOJILjKOVIC IVANA SNS Uzice 1981.
STOJMIROVIC Prof. Dr LJUBISA SNS Belgrade 1950.
STOSIC HAJI MILORAD PUPS Nis 1954.
TARBUK DUSKO SNS Zemun 1972.
TOMASEVIC DAMNJANOVIC TANJA SNS Vrsac 1982.
TOMIC Dr ALEKSANDRA SNS Belgrade 1969.
TORBICA BOJAN PS Backi Jarak 1974.
TURK MILENA SNS Trstenik 1986.
VELjKOVIĆ DRAGAN SNS Strpce 1964.
VESOVIC DRAGAN Dveri Kraljevo 1966.
VLAHOVIC SONjA SNS Novi Beograd 1969.
ZAGRADjANIN VLADAN SPS Belgrade, Novi Beograd 1968.
ZELjUG MARKO SNS Surcin, Jakovo 1983.
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Friday, 22 September
  • – exhibition marking the 110th anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone of the National Assembly House (National Assembly House, 13 Nikola Pasic Square)

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