Tag: Embassy of Austria
H.E. Nikolaus Lutterotti, Austrian Ambassador to Serbia
Austria has a genuine interest in supporting Serbia on its path to the European Union. Not only does this provide an incentive for the economic, societal and institutional reforms required by the EU accession process, but it also contributes to stability and prosperity in this part of Europe. We also genuinely believe, to paraphrase Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, that the European Union would be incomplete without the countries of the Western Balkans - Nikolaus Lutterotti
Erika Teoman-Brenner, Austrian Commercial Counsellor
The forthcoming visit of Austrian President Dr Alexander Van der Bellen and a high-level business delegation will offer a new opportunity for companies and institutions from our two countries to further forge their cooperation.
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić, along with Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen, attended the reception on the occasion of the National Day of...
Embassy of Austria headed by Ambassador Nikolaus Lutterotti hosted a reception marking National Day of this country, in the presence of Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić and Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen. Read more
On the occasion of the Austrian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the Days of the European Heritage 2018, Embassy of Austria...
25th Sept 2018
Ambassador of Austria to Serbia H.E. Nikolaus Lutterotti presented arts fair Vienna Contemporary to be held in the city of Vienna 27-30 September. At the...
Ambassador of Austria to Serbia Nikolaus Lutterotti promoted arts fair Vienna Contemporary, held annually in the city of Vienna. Read more
On 1 July 2018, Austria took over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union for the third time after 1998 and 2006. Embassy...
Austrian Ambassador Nikolaus Lutterotti:
H.E. Johannes Eigner, Austrian Ambassador To Serbia
If the leaders of France and Germany can meet for a joint commemoration (The end of World War I), it shouldn’t seem strange for Serbia and Austria to do the same. We already showed in 2014 that it is perfectly possible to address such a seemingly controversial subject in a joint approach with our Serbian counterparts when we organised an Austrian-Serbian exhibition under the slogan “remembering history – creating the future” - Ambassador Johannes Eigner
“One of the main benefits from doing an MBA at the WU Executive Academy is becoming part of the international executive alumni network. This network supports its members along with their career paths and creates business opportunities. As local Hub Manager for the WU Executive Club, I strongly believe in the value of such a network and I am highly dedicated to strengthening it across the region.”
New Austrian Ambassador To Serbia
In our now traditional survey, CorD ends each year by posing questions to ambassadors accredited in Serbia that relate to the year that is coming to an end and their expectations for the year ahead
Sabine Kroissenbrunner, Minister Plenipotentiary and Chargé d'Affaires:
The Austrian-Serbian network of students and graduates was officially established on 21 December 2017 in the premises of the Embassy of Austria in Belgrade, with more than 100 members of the Network present. We were especially delighted to see the members coming to Belgrade from all parts of Serbia to mark the network‘s establishment - two ladies came all the way from Novi Pazar
Advantage Austria, the commercial department of the Austrian Embassy, held a conference to present the results of its sixth research into business conditions in...
Many Serbians have studied in Austria or become qualified there, many young people are also now studying at universities and high schools in Austria...
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