On the 8th of June, the traditional Sommerfest Party (Summer Fest Party) was held in the Residence of German Embassy in Belgrade.
German Ambassador to Serbia H E Axel Dittmann and participants of the Belgrade Dance Festival, signed donor cards at the ceremony which was a continuation of the campaign “The most important call of my life” organised by Hemofarm Foundation.
Germany is, and will remain, a dedicated and reliable partner to Serbia in its EU accession efforts. It is therefore a clear priority of my job to work closely with our Serbian partners to support Serbia’s reforms on its path … Continue reading
We have asked the people we have intereviewed so far to give us their prognosis on whether Serbia will stagnate or progress in 2017 compared to 2016, and to tell us what changes in the business environment would be crucial … Continue reading
German Ambassador H E Axel Dittmann and his wife Nathalie organised a traditional evening of jazz evening at his residence in Senjak and guests enjoyed an exceptional performance of “Vasil Hadžimanov band”.
Serbia has to continue with the reform process, particularly in the fields of justice and social protection, but also with regard to freedom of expression and the media, as well as the fight against corruption. These reforms are primarily for … Continue reading
German Embassy headed by H E Axel Dittmann organised a reception in honour of the 50th Bitef and 28th Congress of the International Association of Theatre Critics.
As we celebrate the 7,000 issue of Blic daily, I can say that we will continue to work to ensure that we can last for a long time. We will be different, even more innovative, and faster, but never at … Continue reading
“Hemofarm is one of the largest German investments in Serbia and a good example of successful cooperation between the company and the city administration. Hemofarm in Serbia employs 2,600 workers and contributes to economic growth in Vršac and Šabac. “- … Continue reading
15 years of successful Serbian-German development cooperation is marked in Knez Mihailova street by exhibition “Deeds mean something” and Suzana Perić’s fashion show for children.