We consider Serbia to be one of the pillars of stability in the Western Balkans and that is why we fully support its candidacy in the European Union. We will be helping as much as we can in the opening … Continue reading
Forthcoming speech by prime minister believed to suggest that UK must be willing to leave single market to regain control of its borders
The European Investment Fund (EIF) and Erste Bank Serbia have signed a guarantee agreement today aimed at supporting micro-enterprises in Serbia under the EU Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI).The agreement will cover a loan portfolio of EUR 4.7 … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević After many years of blind following of the „Western-Western“ model of the values that drive European civilisation, the Easternmost members of the European Unions seem to opt for a middle ground and their own set of values.
As part of the research and evaluation of different projects and models on the theme of immigrant entrepreneurship, the European Commission has included the Project of Rural and Agricultural Integration in Supportive Environment (RAISE), jointly conducted by the Foundation Ana … Continue reading
Fifth international scientific conference entitled “Employment, Education and Entrepreneurship” under the auspices of the “College of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship” (PEP), from Belgrade, the Ministry of Economy and the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications was held on Friday at … Continue reading
On the 29th October 2016, during the two days’ International conference Employment, Education and Entrepreneurship, from 9 AM to 10: 30 AM a roundtable entitled “COST AND ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF THE PROCESS OF JOINING THE EU AND ACCESSION SERBIAN AND … Continue reading
The Swedish Development Cooperation Agency (Sida)and Belgrade Open School (BOS) have signed a three year long project “Civil Society for advancement of Serbia’s EU Accession”.
The escalation of rhetoric in the Western Balkan region is not contributing to achieving the European principles of reconciliation, good-neighbourly relations and regional cooperation, says European Commission spokeswoman Maja Kocijančić.
There is no dilemma – the EU accession policy remains a priority after the formation of the new Government. The accession process will remain an inseparable part of the reform policy, says JADRANKA JOKSIMOVIĆ, Serbian Minister without portfolio Responsible for … Continue reading