Despite high waves rolling out in the sea, both Greek and Serbian economies are hopeful about progress, while businesses come and go.
Text: Žikica Milošević After many unwanted years of slow and fast decline, there is hope on the horizon. Greeks are slowly recovering from their crisis, though they are a long way from former glory.
The roots of the strong, friendly relations between Serbian and Greek people can be found back in the 13th century
The Greek Embassy in Serbia, Super Vero and Enterprise Greece organised a cocktail in the Metropol Palace Hotel entitled “The Tastes of Greece”.
On the occasion of the National Day of Greece, the country’s embassy in Serbia organised a reception at the Metropol Palace Hotel in Belgrade.
On Tuesday, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras started his traveling to Serbia for a two-day official visit, to meet State and political leaders. The PM is accompanied by Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and Economy Deputy Minister Stergios Pitsiorlas. After the … Continue reading
Carnex realised a strategic partnership with the Greek company Creta Farms, which includes joint marketing of innovative protein snack on the Serbian market. These chicken and pork snacks, only one of its kind in the world will be sold in … Continue reading
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
Greece is very proud of its culture, even in the worst of times. Well, it is pretty obviuous why. Greece is the cradle of European civilisation; it gave birth to almost every aspect of our culture, from theatre and democracy … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević Some20 years ago, I was in Skopje reading an analytical article about the Greek strength and audacity, and their resilience not to acknowledge the name Macedonia for the southernmost former Yugoslav republic. At the time, Skopje-Athens quarrel … Continue reading