Italy–Serbia relations

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Italy-Serbia relations
Map indicating locations of Italy and Serbia



Italy–Serbia relations is the diplomatic relations between Italy and Serbia.


A US F-117 Nighthawk before taking off from Aviano Air Base, Italy, in March 1999 as part of NATO operations against Yugoslavia

Relations between Italy and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia-Montenegro) under Slobodan Milosevic's rule were cold but nevertheless continued. The Italian government bought shares in Telekom Serbia, but also took part in the 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia when the NATO-member states used the Aviano Air Base in Italy from where military aeroplanes dropped bombs onto Yugoslavia.

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  • Kalić, Jovanka (2006). "La Serbie et l'Italie au XII siécle". Глас САНУ. 404 (13): 85–94.

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