After Serbia and Montenegro dissolved in 2006, Radiotelevizija Srbije (RTS) decided to continue to take part in the contest. Their first entry as an independent state was in 2006, when Neustrašivi učitelji stranih jezika represented Serbia with “Učimo strane jezike”, coming 5th.
Serbia’s best result came in 2007 when Nevena Božović represented Serbia with “Piši mi” and in 2010 with Sonja Škorić with Čarobna noć, both finishing third. Serbia’s worst result was in 2008, when Maja Mazić finished 12th with “Uvek kad u nebo pogledam”.
On 5 June 2011, it was announced that Serbia will withdraw from the 2011 edition and they would to return in 2014.
The Best of JESC 2014 - Serbia
2010 - Sonja Škorić - Čarobna Noć 796 2007 - Nevena Božović - Piši Mi 734 2009 - Ništa Lično - Onaj Pravi 652 2006 - Neustrašivi Učitelji Stranih Jezika - Učimo Strane Jezike 571 2008 - Maja Mazić - Uvek Kad U Nebo Pogledam 558
Number of voters: 77