USAID supports the appearance of 14 Serbian producers of organic products at the BIOFAH 2018 fair

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The Serbian organic industry is present at the leading international Biofah organic food fair, which is taking place from 14 to 17 February in Nuremberg, Germany.

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PERFECT GIFT FOR VALENTINE’S DAY: Favourite sweet with 80 percent of fruit ideal gift in Maxi supermarkets

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Valentine’s Day is a holiday that represents a “sweet” trouble for everyone celebrating it as the choice of a right gift is never easy. Maxi supermarkets will help you surprise your loved one with the best domestic Nostalgija chocolate, which is delicious and is a healthier option as it contains 80 percent of fruit.

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KOSOVO – THE MOST EXPENSIVE AMERICAN WORD

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There is a well-known narrative about Kosovo as the “most expensive Serbian word”, and we know a lot about it, up to the point of being overdramatic. I understand what Kosovo might mean to the Serbs, the name Macedonia to the Greeks, the town of Prizren to the Albanians, Crimea to Ukraine or Russia, Ossetia to the Georgians, Karabakh to the Azeri or the Armenians… But I completely fail to understand what Kosovo might possibly mean to the Americans.

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AIR SERBIA COMMEMORATES 90 YEARS SINCE FIRST FLIGHT

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Air Serbia, the national airline of Serbia, is this week celebrating the 90th anniversary of its first-ever flight. Established under the name “Aeroput”, the Serbian flag carrier operated its inaugural flight on 15 February 1928 between Belgrade and Zagreb.

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Travel safely with AMS Insurance

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Are you preparing to go skiing? The fact is that injuries on skiing are very common, and only a medical examination abroad can cost you over 50 euros. Choose the right insurance company to complete the Travel Health Insurance policy and go to skiing completely carefree.

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In Slovenia, Statehood Day of Serbia is celebrated

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The Embassy of Serbia in Slovenia organized a formal reception on the occasion of the Statehood Day and the constitutionality of the Republic of Serbia. At the ceremony in Ljubljana, there were numerous distinguished figures and officials from the world of diplomacy, politics, society, and representatives of religious communities. On this occasion, Serbian Ambassador Zorana Vlatković emphasized that the relations between the two countries are at the highest level, and that Slovenia is a true friend of Serbia.

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T-GROUP HOLDING s.r.l.

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T-group Holding s.r.l. from Italy, in which scope Trigema d.o.o. Belgrade has been operating since 2003, is an authorized partner for the Adriatic region (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Albania) of Chevron, one of the four largest oil companies in the world, for Texaco oils and lubricants.

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CONGRESS DEDICATED TO HUMAN RESOURCES, FEBRUARY 23, IN ZIRA HOTEL BELGRADE

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Is it difficult to find a job in Serbia, or is it harder to find workers, why will we have to import labour? What brings us dual education: the experience of a developed Germany, or the creation of new slave-workers? Why do we advertise Employment Branding – as a fad, or as a necessity to attract quality employees? These are some of the topics that the HRM 2018 Congress (Human Resources Management) will be launched for February 23 at the Zira Hotel in Belgrade.

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LEAD.ART 2018 Conference – Learn how to build a healthy management culture

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March 1st, 2018 HOTEL METROPOL PALACE, BELGRADE

Cooperating with over 150 companies in the past 12 years, the H.art team have everything that can help an organisation to develop successful managers and to build a leadership culture. H.art team organize a conference for you.

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Žika Gojković, President of Kingdom of Serbia Restoration Movement: Monarchies are not richest by coincidence

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Stability, unity, powerful symbolism

Even New York Times published, in the light of the contested presidency of Donald Trump, an article discussing if America needs a monarch, which was unimaginable until recently. Is the monarch a symbol of unity, well-educated and well-behaved leader, are the monarchies richer (Canada, Australia, the UK, Norway, Sweden, Luxembourg, Japan, Qatar, the Emirates, etc.) and more stable than much-marketed republics?

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