Western Balkan countries which genuinely want to belong to the EU, and share and defend its basic values and political objectives, are being offered ample opportunities for implementing such a policy. The statement by German Foreign Minister, Sigmar Gabriel, on a “Berlin Process reloaded” is only the latest example of the willingness of the EU and member states to continue extending a helping hand to those committed to the EU project – Leo D’Aes
The Board of Directors of the Belgian-Serbian Business Association (BSBA) organised a Members’ Evening at Belgrade’s IN Hotel to thank its members and friends for their continued support and dedication
Serbia has taken courageous steps to tackle different economic challenges, like reducing the deficit and boosting investment. Progress on EU accession also undoubtedly offers foreign companies reassurances that the business environment will be even more predictable, and increases interest among foreign partners. This is even more important for businesspeople than statistics and figures
The Belgian-Serbian Business Association (BSBA) continues to support prospective investors and promote the country for business cooperation. Regular events organised by the BSBA provide our members with a platform for interacting and offer a variety of opportunities for networking, establishing new business contacts and new business opportunities
Located in the heart of Western Europe, Belgium enjoys a key position in the European and international economy. As one of the six founding states of the European Union and home to many international organisations, Belgium has always been a prosperous marketplace, in business with countries from all over the world. Even though Belgium has a fairly recent history (founded in 1830), its colourful past and location at the crossroads of different cultures has shaped the cosmopolitan character it has today
Six decades of EU integration have brought enormous benefits to EU citizens. These benefits now often seem be taken so much for granted that the long arduous path to reach it is ignored. Reversing common policies into national ones would prove to be very costly in many respects – says Ambassador Leo D’aes.