Share This: Ambassador of Egypt In Serbia Amr Aljowaily met with Mr. Branislav Nedimovic, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, in preparation for the visit to Egypt to started tomorrow 10 January, in follow up to the meeting between … Continue reading
Share This: In a particularly challenging phase of the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, we spoke with the H.E. Philippe Gérald Guex, Swiss Ambassador to Serbia, about the possible solutions to bring confidence and trust back on track in this … Continue reading
Share This: Since 2010, France became progressively the 7th biggest foreign investor in Serbia, which has been strongly contributing to the Serbian growth and export. Positive economic prospects are complimenting long term friendship and strong bilateral relations.
Share This: First to change things, first to become stable Tunisia was the first country to spark the Arab Spring and the first to deal with the consequences of it, while profiling itself as the most democratic Arab country, together … Continue reading
Share This: Aleksandra Joksimovic, the new ambassador of Serbia in London, took office less than a month ago.
Share This: Ambassador of Egypt to Serbia, Amr Aljowaily, met with Serbian Minister of Innovation and Technological Development Nenad Popovic discussing bilateral cooperation in the field of information and communication technology. Aljowaily highlighted the positive indicators of the growth of … Continue reading
Share This: It was an extraordinary honour for me to accept the appointment of the honorary consul of Serbia in Slovenia. Personally, I see this additional diplomatic function as an added value to my regular activities during which I will … Continue reading
Share This: As an Honorary Consul, our interlocutor stands at the disposal of companies, citizens and organizations from Serbia, as well as all other countries that are interested in any form of investments or business activity in Slovenia.
Share This: “EU markets represent the main export markets for Slovenian companies, since almost 80% of all export is generated on them. While it is a sign of high productivity and competitiveness of the Slovenian economy it also leads to … Continue reading
Share This: We honestly expect Serbia to continue with due dedication the process of reforms as well as the adoption of, and respect for, the EU acquis, thus progressing on its path towards the European Union.