Share This: Thomas Schieb will be the new Ambassador of Germany to Serbia, the German Embassy in Belgrade confirmed for Blic.
Share This: By Žikica Milošević Why did the German economic model, combining social consciousness, capitalist-free enterprise, family spirit of entrepreneurship, and family run companies which shape and propel the German economy, turn out to be so resilient that it eventually … Continue reading
Share This: We have already mentioned that the German economic model is the best in the world, with its combination of social sensitivity and free enterprise. This model could be the perfect fit for Serbia which is, contrary to other, … Continue reading
Share This: By Žikica Milošević Photo: Exit Festival, Promo, Getty Images We know that Germany has irreversibly changed some of the best and the most influential pop music writers of the 20th century, but we are not going to talk … Continue reading
Share This: France and Germany mark 55 years since their official reconciliation, and the Elysée Agreement can be a model for countries in the region, it was said at a reception marking this significant jubilee in the French embassy.
Share This: In the residence of the German ambassador in Belgrade the Unification Day (the anniversary of 26 years since the unification of Germany) was marked.
Share This: On the 8th of June, the traditional Sommerfest Party (Summer Fest Party) was held in the Residence of German Embassy in Belgrade.
Share This: During the Tourism Fair in Berlin (ITB) German National Tourist Board has started a new campaign. Under the motto “Germany Simply Inspiring”, the Tourist Organisation of Germany will, until the end of the year, via social media and … Continue reading
Share This: The Goethe-Institut in Belgrade has organised a formal breakfast for media representatives, which included a welcome address by H.E. Axel Dittmann, German Ambassador to Serbia, and also saw those in attendance addressed by Frank Baumann, new director of … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched, weak and wounded, sick and sore… That is how the popular hymn goes. And it was informally a trademark of the United States of America, and before that, the … Continue reading