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Serbia and Russia are both Slavic and Eastern Orthodox countries and thus both share cultural and religious similarities.In the 18th century a vast migration of Serbs from territories occupied by the Habsburg and Ottoman empires settled in New Serbia (historical province) and Slavo-Serbia in the Donbass region of the Imperial Russia.Diplomatic relations between the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and the USSR were established on 24 June 1940, and Serbia and the Russian Federation recognize the continuity of all inter-State documents signed between the two countries.There are about 70 bilateral treaties, agreements and protocols signed in the past.In practice, the Austrian state chancellor Prince Klemens von Metternich made a bastion against democracy, revolution, and secularism.The monarchs of the three countries involved used this to band together in order to prevent revolutionary influence (especially from the French Revolution) and Enlightenment from entering these nations.Karađorđe was to receive arms, and military and medical missions, which proved to be a turning point in the Serbian Revolution.Russian intervention became gradually effective, with the Akkerman Convention (1826) signed between Russia and the Ottoman Empire saw the autonomy of the Principality of Serbia.

The Austro-Russian alliance finally broke up in the Crimean War: though Russia had helped to completely destroy the Hungarian Revolution of 1848, Austria did not take any action to support her ally, declared herself neutral and even occupied the Wallachian and Moldavian lands on the Danube upon the Russian retreat in 1854.The intention of the alliance was to restrain liberalism and secularism in Europe in the wake of the devastating French Revolutionary Wars, and the alliance nominally succeeded in this until the Crimean War (1853–1856).Otto von Bismarck managed to reunite the Holy Alliance after the unification of Germany but the alliance again faltered by the 1880s over Austrian and Russian conflicts of interest with regard to the dismemberment of the Ottoman Empire., Svyashchennyy soyuz; also called the Grand Alliance) was a coalition created by the monarchist great powers of Russia, Austria and Prussia.It was created after the ultimate defeat of Napoleon at the behest of Tsar Alexander I of Russia and signed in Paris on 26 September 1815.

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