Relations between Tehran and Belgrade existed for many years before the establishment of official diplomatic relations between the two countries. The Government of the Kingdom of Persia, in a note dated 11 September, 1919, through the Embassy of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in the capital of Romania, reported that it recognised the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, the state whose unification was proclaimed on 1 December, 1918.
Formal diplomatic relations between the two countries were established in 1937 with the opening of embassies in Tehran and Belgrade. Since then, until today, the Republic of Serbia and the Islamic Republic of Iran have traditionally had good relations characterised by regular meetings of officials and mutual support in international organisations. Numerous visits, conversations and meetings of the highest political and economic delegations of the two countries in the fields of economic, technical, cultural, educational and sports cooperation ensure the priority interests of the two countries.
Expert collaboration: Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Belgrade
Artistic realization of the issue: Miroslav Nikolić