Share This: Ambassador of Finland H E Perti Ikonen, together with Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and the ambassadors of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, planted five birch trees in the garden of their residence, as part of the 100th anniversary of … Continue reading
Share This: Text: Žikica Milošević There are many difficulties in today’s world in terms of new realignment of power. Russia is clearly positioning itself as a leader of the Eurasian Union, distancing from the EU, and Turkey is doing the … Continue reading
Share This: The company CG Corp Global of Nepal, which has 122 companies and 76 brands, has opened its first plant in Europe, in Ruma. The world-famous “Wai Wai” noodles will be produced at this factory and will supply the … Continue reading
Share This: The appointment of Ana Brnabic as prime minister—the country’s first female and first openly gay premier—is likely to cause controversy in socially conservative Serbia. The previous premier and now president Aleksandar Vucic will remain Serbia’s dominant political figure.
Share This: The former PM became a new president, and the old president, Tomislav Nikolić, stepped down silently. The five years of the joint reign over Serbia marked the dramatic changes in political equilibrium with a new dominance of Realpolitik … Continue reading
Share This: The Day of Italian Republic was celebrated in Italy on Friday, and among the guests was newly appointed President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić.
Share This: The key topic of this year’s Davos conference was inequality, while the most important message is that responsible representatives of the political and business elite must find ways to stimulate economic growth with a more equal distribution of … Continue reading
Share This: The Conference ”Dual VET in the function of efficient Labor Market” and the ”Presentation on Education, Research and Innovation: The Swiss Case Study” was held on February 06, 2017 in the Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce, in the context … Continue reading
Share This: Source: B92 The country will “always offer at least five percent better conditions than other countries in the region,” he said at the opening of a business forum organized by the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, attended by Greek … Continue reading
Share This: 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. … Continue reading