According to the 2011 International Narcotics Control Strategy released by the US State Department, there are between 30,000 to 100,000 drug addicts in Serbia.
Previous to that report, the Public Health Service of Serbia reported that there were 60,000 drug users in the country in 2008.
Between January to September 2010, security agencies in Serbia made 4,186 seizures of 1,010.4 kilograms of illicit drugs. The drugs seized in the country included 108 kilograms of heroin, 814 kilograms of marijuana, 6.5 kilograms of cocaine, 23.5 kilograms and 850 tablets of ecstasy, and 4.2 kilograms and 1,025 tablets of amphetamine.
Source: “INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS CONTROL STRATEGY, 2011 (SERBIA),” United States Embassy, Serbia, March 3, 2011.