Within a celebration of the World Biodiversity Day, Minister of Environmental Protection Goran Trivan pointed out that the biodiversity preservation was a condition for the survival of human beings in the future as well.
The Embassy of Sweden marked the National Day of Sweden with a cocktail outside the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade, which opened the Adhoc Serbian-Swedish Quartet of Friendship, which sang the anthems of Sweden and Serbia.
The Nordic Day was celebrated in the Residence of Norwegian Embassy this year and it is dedicated to inter-governmental and inter-parliamentarian cooperation in northern Europe, which is one of the worlds oldest and most comprehensive regional cooperations.
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The Embassy of Sweden celebrated St. Lucia, a winter holiday that the Swedes celebrate in the glory of the sunlight during cold and dark winter days.
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On the occasion of the anniversary of 100 years of diplomatic relations between Sweden and Serbia the Ambassador of Sweden, H.E. Mr Jan Lundin organised a celebration of the National Day of Sweden.
On the occasion of the start of the project “Green food tomorrow”, which is organised by the Embassy of Sweden in celebration of 100 years of diplomatic relations between Sweden and Serbia, Djordje Restaurant presented the “Swedish culinary diplomacy” cookbook.
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
The Embassy of Sweden celebrated the traditional Swedish holiday St Lucia at Mikser House and presented the book Swedish Culinary Diplomacy by Lars Ekberg, a long-time chef at the Swedish Embassy in Belgrade. National traditions and festivals are always a … 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 Embassy of Sweden this year dedicated the celebration of the Swedish National Day to the 250th anniversary of the world’s first freedom of the press act that was passed by the Swedish parliament. The celebration „Open Sweden“ also highlighted … Continue reading
The Prime Minister of Serbia, Mr Aleksandar Vučić and H. E. Mr Christer Asp the Ambassador of Swedento Serbia,met today in the Prime Minister’s officeto discuss the four new agreements of Swedish environmental support to Serbia.