The public enterprise "Post of Serbia" has included in the Program of issuing commemorative postage stamps for 2022 the commemorative session "Institutions of Serbia", within which a commemorative stamp was published (with the image of PhD Vladimir Jaksic, Serbian economist, founder of the first department for Statistics in Serbia) dedicated to the jubilee - the 160th anniversary of official statistics in Serbia.
In 2021, there were 62 180 live births and 136 622 deaths in the Republic of Serbia. Natural increase amounted to -74 442.
Оf the total number of live births in 2021 in the Republic of Serbia, the largest was the number of live births, 18 825, were born to women aged 30-34. The average age at child birth was 30.1, while the average age of women at birth of the first child was 28.7 years
The estimated number of population in the Republic of Serbia in 2021 was 6 834 326 (the estimations are based on the results of natural changes statistics and population internal migration). Observed by sex, 51.3% were women (3 507 325) and 48.7% were men (3 327 001). The depopulation trend continued, meaning that population growth rate, compared with the previous year, was negative and amounted to -9,4‰.
The total number of transported passengers in 2021, relative to the previous year, increased by 55.7%, relative to the same period of the previous year. In the observed period, domestic transport of passengers saw also an increase of 9.9%, which influenced the growth of the total number of passengers carried by 11.8%. The total performance in 2021, expressed in pkm, increased by 29.2%, which resulted from an increase in the performance of the domestic transport of passengers by 8.0%, and that of the international transport grew by 63.2%.
The volume of transported goods in 2021, relative to the previous year, increased by 40.8%. The domestic transport of goods increased by 64.8%, while the international transport of goods recorded inecrease of export of goods by 25.1%, and of import by 21.6%, relative to 2020. Operations volume, expressed in tkm grew by 32.7%.
Data on expected production of wheat, raspberries and sour cherries, and areas sown with maize, sunflower and soya are presented as of 23rd May 2022.
According to the estimations of crops, the production of wheat is expected to be 3 184 thous. tons in the Republic of Serbia, which is a decrease of 7.5% relative to the production output in 2021.
When compared to 2021, the production of raspberries and sour cherries is expected to increase by 4.0% and 6.0%, respectively..
The overall external trade in the Republic of Serbia for the period January- May 2022 amounted to:
- USD 29140.4 million - which was an increase of 28.2% compared to the same period 2021;
- EUR 26450.7 million which was an increase of 40.1% compared to the same period 2021.
According to the preliminary results, the turnover of retail trade in the Republic of Serbia in May 2022, compared to the same month last year, increased by 19.7% at current prices and by 5.1% at constant prices.
In the period from September 1 to November 8 2021, the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, in cooperation with Eurostat, based on the contract of the Multi-beneficiary statistical cooperation program IPA-2017, conducted a „Survey on the safety and quality of life of women“. (EU-GBV). The survey was conducted on a representative sample of 7,000 households, the survey unit is a female, aged 18 to 74. 4100 women participated in the survey.
As a result of the survey, two publications were produced:
"Quality of life and safety of women" (only in Serbian)
“Woman victim of violence from the point of view of statistics” (only in Serbian)