Share This: On Sunday, July 1st, Austria took over the semi-annual EU presidency.
Share This: On Wednesday, June 13th, at the residence of the British Ambassador in Vienna, a reception was held on the occasion of the celebration of the 92nd birthday of Queen Elizabeth II.
Share This: Austria is a clear and strong supporter of Serbia’s bid for EU membership and considers Serbia as a part of Europe. However, in order to join the European Union Serbia will have to apply the entire set of … Continue reading
Share This: Austria has a new ambassador and his name is Nikolaus LUTTEROTTI.
Share This: Vojvodinian First Minister Igor Mirović stressed in Vienna that Serbia has made significant progress in implementing reforms and creating the most favourable conditions for investment, and that the whole policy of the Government of Vojvodina is focused on … Continue reading
Share This: At the Embassy of Austria in Belgrade, the Statehood Day of the Republic was officially marked. Austria’s Statehood day has been celebrated since 1955 when its neutrality was declared.
Share This: Austrian Deputy Foreign Minister Michael Linhart visited the OSCE Mission to Serbia today and was briefed by the Head of Mission, Andrea Orizio, and his staff on their ongoing work.
Share This: We take you to the centre of the Austro-Hungarian Empire – to the “carstvujuščij grad of Viena“, as we used to call it once upon a time… Text: Žikica Milošević
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević Those who are trying to judge the spirit of one country only by ethnicity or language, could be baffled by the difference between Canadians and Americans. These people are even more baffled when it comes … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević Austria, a land with no kangaroos, as they use to say by these funny T-shirts, is actually very close to Australia at one point. Well, it is one of the richest countries in the world. … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević Yes, the prominent trademark of Austria was always its inclination towards music. But, not so much recently. Recently we had Falco or Opus in the 1980s. Enough for pop-charts. But in the 18th and 19th … Continue reading
Share This: We offer children skills that make them permanently employable Contrary to popular belief that dual education produces cheap workforce, the actual essence of this model is creating opportunities for permanent employment right after finished school, or after loosing … Continue reading
Share This: Bilateral relations between Serbia and Austria are picking up pace both politically and economically. The improved results in trading between the two countries are accompanied by an interminable arrival of Austrian investors to Serbia. The Serbian Chamber of … Continue reading
Share This: Only if the profiles are up to date, companies are willing to invest their time and money into training young people. How important dual education is and how is Austria helping Serbia in order to implement elements of … Continue reading
Share This: Relations between Serbia and Austria are at „five-stars-level“. However, they can be improved to „five-stars +“. It will take very specific efforts, among which would be the need and desire to make Serbia still better known to Austrian … Continue reading
Share This: Slightly more than 50% of citizens in Serbia save money. 40% of the savings per month range from 2,000 to 6,000 dinars, 7% of them save more than 12,000 dinars.
Share This: The National Day od Austria was celebrated by a ceremony organised by Austrian Ambassador H E Johannes Eigner in the City Hall.
Share This: Source: The Guardian Constitutional court overturns result of election in which independent Alexander Van der Bellen narrowly beat far-right candidate Norbert Hofer
Share This: World Famous Musical Sensation Vienna Boys’ Choir will be having a concert on the 21th of May at The Sava Centre organised by CEBEF! The Belgraders will have the tremendous opportunity to see them live!
Share This: Despite being a relatively small country, Austria attracts a disproportionally large number of tourists. With its castles and cities, small towns and mountains, the mighty Alps and pristine nature, cuisine and architecture, it is far more than a … Continue reading