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Serbian government

The Government of Serbia (Serbian: Влада Србије / Vlada Srbije), formally the Government of the Republic of Serbia (Serbian: Влада Републике Србије / Vlada Republike Srbije), is the executive branch of government in Serbia. The affairs of government are decided by a Cabinet of Ministers, which is led by the Prime Minister.


The incumbent Cabinet was elected on 27 July 2012 by a majority vote in the National Assembly, and consist of the following ministers:[1]

Position Incumbent Since Party
Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Ivica Dačić 27.07.2012 SPS
Secretary General Veljko Odalović 27.07.2012 SPS
First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić 27.07.2012 SNS
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of External and Internal Trade and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajić 27.07.2012 SDPS (SNS-nominated)
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Policy Jovan Krkobabić 27.07.2012 PUPS (SPS-nominated)
Minister of Finance Lazar Krstić 02.09.2013 Nonpartisan (SNS-nominated)
Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivan Mrkić 27.07.2012 Nonpartisan (SNS-nominated)
Minister of Defence Nebojša Rodić 02.09.2013 SNS
Minister of Regional Development and Local Self-Government Igor Mirović 02.09.2013 SNS
Minister of Economy Saša Radulović 02.09.2013 Nonpartisan (SNS-nominated)
Minister of Transportation Aleksandar Antić 02.09.2013 SPS
Minister of Construction and Urbanism Velimir Ilić 27.07.2012 NS (SNS-nominated)
Minister of Justice and Public Administration Nikola Selaković 27.07.2012 SNS
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Dragan Glamočić 02.09.2013 Nonpartisan (SNS-nominated)
Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development Tomislav Jovanović 02.09.2013 Nonpartisan (SPS-nominated)
Minister of Health Slavica Đukić-Dejanović 27.07.2012 SPS
Minister of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection Zorana Mihajlović 27.07.2012 SNS
Minister of Culture and Information Ivan Tasovac 02.09.2013 Nonpartisan (SNS-nominated)
Minister of Natural Resources, Mining and Spatial Planning Milan Bačević 27.07.2012 SNS
Minister of Youth and Sports Vanja Udovičić 02.09.2013 Nonpartisan (joint SNS-SPS)
Minister without portfolio in charge of European Integration Branko Ružić 02.09.2013 SPS
Minister without portfolio in charge of Kosovo and Metohija Aleksandar Vulin 02.09.2013 PS (SNS-nominated)
Minister without portfolio Sulejman Ugljanin 27.07.2012 SDAS

Government agencies, offices and other

Serbia has over 130 governmental agencies,[2][3] and 8 Offices (Office for cooperation with Diaspora and Serbs in the region (director: Slavka Drašković), Office for Kosovo and Metohija (director: Aleksandar Vulin), Office for Cooperation with Civil Society (director: Ivana Ćirković), European integration office (director: Srđan Majstorović), Office for sustainable development of underdeveloped areas (Sulejman Ugljanin), Office for human and minority rights (Suzana Paunović), Office for cooperation with religious communities (director: Mileta Radojević), Office for regulatory reform and regulatory impact assessments (director: Mira Prokopijević).[4]

See also

  • Cabinet of Serbia (2001–2004)
  • Cabinet of Serbia (2004–2007)
  • Cabinet of Serbia (2007–2008)
  • Cabinet of Serbia (2008–2012)


External links

  • Government of Serbia (Official) (Serbian) (English) (Italian)

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