I remained enchanted by Mexican culture and art for all times. My entire artistic endeavour and creative work has been driven by the need to simultaneously promote Mexican culture in Serbia and our culture in Mexico.
Bojana Vunturišević is Serbian singer-songwriter. She was previously lead singer of the Belgrade-based rock band Svi na pod!. In 2017, she successfully launched her solo career by releasing debut album Daljine.
Greece and Serbia have excellent bilateral economic relations, and the anticipated growth of the Greek Economy in the coming years will lead to a growing interest of the Greek companies in the Serbian market as well as of the Serbian … Continue reading
Morocco and Serbia maintain harmonious relations in politics and they think about the future progress in economy and tourism, with the hope that the Serbians and Moroccan will know each other better after the establishment of the direct air flight … Continue reading
Considering how important is promoting equality and dealing with its opposite – discrimination – to people, these have become important political topics and the subject of public, parliamentary, economic and cultural life. Nevertheless, the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, … Continue reading
No government is happy with being criticized by the media regardless of how aware it is that being criticized is beneficial for democracy
We see the Western Balkans Summit in London as an opportunity for us to demonstrate our commitment to the long term prosperity and security of the European continent, despite Brexit. We hope that the initiatives taken will make the lasting … Continue reading
Unlock your potential – that seems to be the key message which the Ambassador of the Netherlands, H.E. Henk van den Dool, has for his Serbian interlocutors and policy makers. In this interview, the Dutch ambassador explains why rule of … Continue reading
Given the similar geopolitical situation, peace and stability in the region have been ultimate goals for both Korean Peninsula and the Balkans throughout the history. Every day we are discovering what we can learn from each other and how we … Continue reading
My main priority as Ambassador of Denmark will be to support Danish exporters and investors coming to Serbia. An increase in trade and investments is to the benefit of all in our two countries. Another ambition of mine is to … Continue reading
NIN is one of the bards of Serbian journalism. Along with Vreme and Nedeljnik, which emerged somewhat later, and the former Globus from Zagreb, NIN weekly has been asking questions that have been crucial for supporting critical thinking from the … Continue reading
Stability, unity, powerful symbolism Even New York Times published, in the light of the contested presidency of Donald Trump, an article discussing if America needs a monarch, which was unimaginable until recently. Is the monarch a symbol of unity, well-educated … Continue reading
Six years ago, a weekly called Nedeljnik was launched and it shook the complacent world of investigative, argumented, polemic journalism in Serbia at its core. We are talking to the editor-in-chief of this one-of-a-kind magazine, Veljko Lalić.
While past issues make our bilateral relations delicate, I believe that at this moment we should focus our energy on current and future aspects of our cooperation. This is especially important in light of the fact that Croatia is a … Continue reading
We know each other well, we are brothers! On the 1st of January, Bulgaria took over the EU presidency for 6 months. Since it is the Balkan country, economically and culturally similar to other Balkan EU candidates, the main priority … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević Massimo Savić started his career in the 1980s, and even back then he managed to attract a lot of attention with his performance style, image, lyrics and emotions. As a co-author he additionally positioned himself as a … Continue reading
In today’s world, run by tabloids, which values only superficial information and scandals, and where electorate is edging towards iron fist rule, populism and nationalism, it is no easy feat to run a daily like Danas. Although Danas has small … Continue reading
Objective and impartial journalism is facing extermination Text: Žikica Milošević I heard someone say once that you can never defend yourself from Jugoslav Ćosić despite attempting to dodge questions or mince words. As soon as you catch your breath, he … Continue reading
If the beginning of the second century of diplomatic relations between Sweden and Serbia is seen as a challenge, than it is, undoubtedly, a pleasant one because it is based on excellent political relations and good economic news Throughout the … Continue reading
While the tabloids’ brutal vulgarity is disgusting, the hypocrisy of our self-proclaimed „quality press“ is unforgivable Text: Žikica Milošević Ljiljana Smajlović was for a long time Editor-in-Chief of the oldest newspaper in Serbia, Politika. After a long career, she does … Continue reading