Text: Žikica Milošević In Finland there is a joke: Finns are aggressive Fennoscandians, ready to fight, and their songs are all about depression, like Apocalyptica, Nightwish or HIM; Swedes are flamboyant and sweet, with their ABBA, Ace of Base and … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević The economy of the one of the two Nordic countries that isn’t a member of the European Union (the other being Iceland, of course) is based in equal measure on Lutheran spirit and Viking solidarity, fused under … Continue reading
Although not an EU member state, Norway fully supports Serbia’s EU integration process, and hopest to see more Norwegian companies coming to the Serbian market. We spoke with H.E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad, Norwegian Ambassador to Serbia about the perspective of … Continue reading
The exhibition of contemporary Nordic Glass “Touch of Glass” started at the Belgrade Museum of Applied Arts and it will last from 10 February to 15 March when it will continue at the Museum of Vojvodina in Novi Sad (from … Continue reading
After London and Washington, Belgrade is another capital, which will this season have a Norwegian Christmas tree. Norwegian Ambassador Arne Sanes Bjornstad, director of Telenor Ingeborg Ofsthus and Belgrade Mayor Siniša Mali ceremoniously lit the lamp on the tree in … Continue reading
For the first time, the Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade is organising a month of Norwegian culture in Serbia with the aim to bring a taste of Norwegian culture, from literature and music to film and cuisine.
Defence ministers from the region will gather today, on the 5th of October, in Skopje on the occasion of the ceremony the establishment of the Permanent Organisation of the Balkan military medical forces.
From 2nd-5th October Belgrade will be hosting 1000 children from 25 countries that will gather in Belgrade for 47th “Joy of Europe 2016”. Among them is 12 children from a small town in Central Norway.
As a sign of gratitude for all the support to Serbia, especially after 2014 floods, Norwegian Ambassador in Belgrade Arne Sannes Bjornstad has become the Honorary Citizen of Belgrade.
As a sign of gratitude for all the support after 2014 floods which hit Serbia, the Norwegian Ambassador in Serbia Arne Sannes Bjørnstad has been nominated for the charter of the Honorary Citizen of Belgrade.