Provincial Government is an executive authority of the Province. It accounts for its work to the Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina and its activities are defined within the framework of competences under the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia and Statute of the AP Vojvodina, the supreme legal act of the Province.

The Provincial Assembly Decision on the Provincial Government regulates the composition, term of office, competences and other issues relevant to the work of the Provincial Government.

Autonomous Province of Vojvodina

Vojvodina is the autonomous province of citizens who live in it and it is a constituent part of the Republic of Serbia. It is mostly a low-land area, intersected by three navigable rivers – the Danube, Tisza and Sava, as well as a canal network, roads and railways, thus connecting the Central and Western Europe to the Balkans and the Middle East. The most significant links are Corridor X for the road transport and the Danube-the Pan-European Transport Corridor VII for the water transport. Vojvodina also has the oldest National Park “Fruška Gora”, the hills on whose slopes 17 monasteries have been built over the centuries. Vojvodina is characterised by arable land of good quality, overall economic and cultural development, great population density and demographic diversity. Vojvodina is a region which traditionally fosters multilingualism, multiculturalism and multiconfessionalism.

Vojvodina Basic Facts

Geographic coordinates: Novi Sad (45º19’N - 19º51’E)
Capital: Novi Sad (population of 298,139)
Total area: 21,506 sq km
Climate: continental
Terrain: rich, fertile plain
Time zone: GMT + 1h
Climate: The climate in the Novi Sad area is moderate continental. The town lies between 70 and 80 metres above sea level.
Temperature: The average annual temperature in the town is 10.9⁰C. The average winter temperature is -1⁰C and in July is 21.6⁰C. Temperature extremes range from -30.7⁰C (January 24, 1963) and 41.5⁰C (July 6, 1950).
Precipitation: Annual rainfall is 686 mm, with 122 rainy days. The lowest point of the Danube is 70.83 m and the highest is 79.70 m above sea level. The highest recorded water level is +778 cm and the lowest is -134 cm.


  • Mihajla Pupina boulevard, 16
    21000 Novi Sad
  • Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
    Republic of Serbia
  • Phone: 021/487-40-00