Although Yazaki is only the third Japanese company to invest in Serbia, the two countries cooperate closely on the international scene when it comes to topics that are of common interest, in the fields of culture, scientific interchange and tourism. Given the reform processes in Serbia, both sides are looking forward to more vigorous trade exchanges and investment activity
Following successful cooperation on flood relief efforts in 2014, UNDP once again joined forces with its trusted and long-standing development partner, the Government of Japan, to tackle another burning issue in Serbia: the migrant and refugee crisis
The Paris accord was concluded by 196 Governments last December and came into force earlier last month. Several conference events specifically focus on how countries can use natural systems to meet their CO2-reduction targets
The largest online store in Serbia, TakoLako Shop, which operates within Nelt Group, has officially been rewarded an e-Trustmark, confirming that this portal is trustworthy in regard to online shopping and delivery
On 11th December 2016, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) will mark its 70th year of helping to build a better world for every child. UNICEF was created in 1946 in an effort to secure the fate of Europe’s children
In an extraordinary show of support for the Paris climate agreement adopted last December, 175 countries signed the Paris Agreement at a ceremony at UN Headquarters on 22nd April that far exceeded the historical record for first-day signatures to an international agreement.
With the support of the government of Japan, and in partnership with UNDP, Serbia is now better prepared to face future threats – both at the municipal level and in terms of the overall response to future crisis management in the case of disasters
Overwhelmed by a wave of refugees and what they call indecision in the EU, Austria and its southern neighbors along the Balkan migrant route agreed to tighter border controls at a meeting held in Vienna on February 24 and warned that sooner or later they will have to shut their doors entirely