From the economic perspective, Serbia is on a better track, says H.E. Ambassador Jean Daniel Ruch, speaking in his farewell interview for CorD. He believes Serbia has overcome the difficulties of the 2008 financial crisis, but suggests efforts continue to clean up the financial system, reform the judiciary and, above all, bring the education system closer to the needs of the market
Croatia strives to help Serbia in its European integration process, and the issues highlighted in this process are important both for Serbia and for the whole process of building sustainable peace, security and reconciliation in this part of Europe. For them, the European framework is relevant, rather than the bilateral one
Over these past months that I’ve spent in Serbia, I’ve had the opportunity to convince myself of the existence of great affinity for Spain and everything Spanish. Even at sporting events I felt that closeness, which eases my contacts with Serbs, who are dear and warm people.
Japan recognises Serbia’s efforts in promoting the Western Balkans as a place of stability and prosperity, the Government’s EU focused reform goals, the potential the country offers investors and, above all, the mutual bonds that people of the two countries have built
As a longstanding member of the EU, Greece consistently supports Serbia’s European perspective. Excellent bilateral relations are further supported through the strong presence of Greek companies and the longstanding friendship between our people. Some of the challenges that both countries are currently facing haven’t altered the bigger picture.
Serbian State Administration and Local Self-Government Minister Ana Brnabić presented certificates to 22 employees working in Local Economic Development Offices in 18 municipalities who successfully ...