Share This: Swiss National Day is celebrates on the August 1 in memory of the birth of the Swiss Confederation.
Share This: We spoke with H.E. Philippe Guex, the Ambassador of Switzerland, as a neutral and a non-EU country like Serbia, about what can we learn from them in terms of political and economic relations in world today: Switzerland does … Continue reading
Share This: The exhibition of works by five Serbian visual artists of the youngest generation was opened at the residence of the Ambassador of Switzerland to Belgrade.
Share This: In the past two years, Diplomacy&Commerce magazine has given to its readers abundance of news from politics, business and culture, has reported on the opinions of relevant stakeholders both from Serbia and abroad, covering all segments of life, … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević Have you ever tried to check the fonts called Swiss or Helvetica? Well, as their names tell you, they are from Switzerland. The Swiss culture goes beyond chocolate, cheese with holes, watches or skiing. It … Continue reading
Share This: Switzerland, which has been a reliable partner of Serbia for over a century, is committed to foster Serbia’s growth, says H.E. Philippe Guex, Ambassador of Switzerland to Serbia.
Share This: As every year, the Swiss Embassy in Belgrade organised a traditional summer garden party in Belgrade.
Share This: I am glad that Switzerland’s expertise in the field is deemed useful by the Serbian partners and that concrete cooperation projects on the ground have been developed together and based on the needs of Serbian stakeholders
Share This: SSCC’s ’’Conference on Small and Medium-sized Enterprises SMEs’’ took place as part of SSCC’s efforts to emphasise the importance of the SME sector in further enhancement of economic relations between Switzerland in Serbia.
Share This: Tourism in Switzerland did not really exist until the 19th century. That’s when the British craze for travelling and exploring tourist destinations started. At the same time, it was fuelled by the expansion of the railway and the … Continue reading