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Serbia’s Agrarian Giants: The Landowners Reshaping the Countryside

A recent survey has revealed Industrija mesa "Matijević" as the leading landholder in Serbia, highlighting significant shifts in the nation's agricultural sector. Close behind...

Serbian Firms Clinch Deals Worth Over €8 Million at World’s Premier Organic Food Fair

At the Biofach International Organic Food Fair in Nuremberg, Serbian companies have secured contracts valued at more than €8 million, as reported by the...

EU Inaugurates Central Office for Artificial Intelligence

The European Union has taken a significant step forward in the realm of artificial intelligence by inaugurating its Artificial Intelligence Office. This central body...

European Banking Titans Surpass €100 Billion Profit Milestone Amid Rising Interest Rates

For the first time in history, Europe's banking behemoths have collectively breached the €100 billion profit ceiling, fueled by a significant uptick in interest...

Renewables Set to Eclipse Coal in Global Power Generation by 2025, IEA Forecasts

In a landmark shift for global energy dynamics, the International Energy Agency (IEA) forecasts a decline in coal's share of global electricity production below...

Serbian Flavors Take Center Stage at Dubai’s Gulfood 2024

At the prestigious Gulfood 2024 in Dubai, a cohort of 24 Serbian firms showcases their culinary prowess, marking a significant stride in the nation's...

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Only the Best for Travellers

Avolta has secured a new seven-year contract at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport that encompasses ten duty free shops and includes hybrid elements with food...

Rajka Šinik Vulić, Director of Rome Business School Belgrade

Executive MBA Game-Changer

After a three-year presence on the Serbian market, Rome Business School Belgrade has gained recognition as a regional hub of expertise and cutting-edge business...

Linas Libikas, JTI General Manager for the Western Balkans

Exploring Excellence

We are delighted to announce the upcoming launch of our cutting-edge and truly unique heated tobacco experience. Although I’m unable to reveal too much...

Nikola Pavlović, Konica Minolta Serbia Managing Director

Greatest Achievements Yet to Come

Over the 150 years since its inception, Konica Minolta hasn’t merely observed and witnessed change, but has spearheaded transformation. This period of a century...

Vukašin Radulović, Partner at Heliant

Medicine Is Facing Transformation

In order to utilise the potential of our healthcare system in the most rational way, it is necessary to be well-acquainted with its specificities,...

Predrag Bjeletić, Director, Alpha Imaging

Knowledge In the Service of Better Diagnosis

For nearly a quarter of a century, Alpha Imaging has been engaged in the import, sale, installation and maintenance of medical imaging equipment produced...

Jelena Gavrilović Šarenac, Head of Corporate Communications at Henkel Serbia and Henkel Adria

Two-way Communication Develops Trust

As a global company that’s aware of the value of its brands, Henkel is open to communicating with consumers and partners, while it strives...

Aleksandra Džaferović, Corporate Communications Manager, Eurobank Direktna

Clients Seek Clear Messages

Eurobank Direktna is among the Serbian market’s leading financial institutions, representing a significant contributor to the stability of the domestic financial system, a reliable...

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Françoise Jacob, United Nations Resident Coordinator - Serbia

Placing Peace at the Centre

Peace is our most precious possession. As we start 2024, we must recommit to the pursuit of peace in all circumstances ~ Françoise Jacob Just...

Japan wants a strong and united Europe, as the EU is our strategic partner

Akira Imamura, Ambassador of Japan

H.E. Akira Imamura, Ambassador of Japan to Serbia

Farewell “Japanac”

The 93 yellow buses that were donated by Japan to the City of Belgrade in 2003, and which are affectionately referred to as “Japanac”...

Oliver Lepori, Executive Director of the Japanese Business Alliance in Serbia

Cooperation Takes Centre Stage

We aim to strengthen and solidify our partnerships with key players in the sustainability sector in Serbia, ranging from institutions to non-governmental organisations, the...

Nataša Pavlović Bujas, President of the International Public Relations Association (IPRA)

Trust: The Ultimate Question

Neither companies nor individuals and institutions will be able to remain silent any longer when it comes to social events, especially in this historically...

Comment By Dragiša Mijačić

Will Janus Open or Close the Doors to Kosovo Serbs?

January is named after Janus, Roman god of beginnings and endings, protector of gates and doorways. It is the month when the Serbian community...

Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft

The Man Behing A Tech Titan’s Revival

Under Satya Nadella’s visionary leadership, Microsoft transcended its past struggles, embracing innovation and strategic partnerships. Nadella’s focus on Azure and AI with OpenAI repositioned...

Branko Miljković, 1934-1961. By Dejan Stojiljković

Fire That Burns Eternal

If he were alive today, prince of poets Branko Miljković would have turned 90 at the end of January. Still, the end of his...

Paja Jovanović

The Masterful Painter Who Wove History Into Art

Discover how this 19th-century artist’s masterful strokes in Realism and Academic art vividly depicted Serbian culture, history, and everyday life, leaving a lasting legacy In...

Serbia’s Agrarian Giants: The Landowners Reshaping the Countryside

A recent survey has revealed Industrija mesa "Matijević" as the leading landholder in Serbia, highlighting significant shifts in the...

Serbian Firms Clinch Deals Worth Over €8 Million at World’s Premier Organic Food Fair

At the Biofach International Organic Food Fair in Nuremberg, Serbian companies have secured contracts valued at more than €8...

European Banking Titans Surpass €100 Billion Profit Milestone Amid Rising Interest Rates

For the first time in history, Europe's banking behemoths have collectively breached the €100 billion profit ceiling, fueled by...

Renewables Set to Eclipse Coal in Global Power Generation by 2025, IEA Forecasts

In a landmark shift for global energy dynamics, the International Energy Agency (IEA) forecasts a decline in coal's share...

Serbian Flavors Take Center Stage at Dubai’s Gulfood 2024

At the prestigious Gulfood 2024 in Dubai, a cohort of 24 Serbian firms showcases their culinary prowess, marking a...

Serbia Awards Distinctions to Notable Personalities on National Day

In a ceremonial tribute to Serbia's National Day, President Aleksandar Vučić presented awards to a host of esteemed individuals and entities, celebrating their significant...

Red Cross of Serbia Marks 148 Years of Humanitarian Service

In a grand ceremony held at the Yugoslav Film Archive building, the Red Cross of Serbia celebrated its 148th anniversary, marking nearly a century...

American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia Elects New Board of Directors

The American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia (AmCham Serbia) has heralded a new chapter in its leadership, re-electing Stefan Lazarević as the Chairman of...

Muehlbauer’s New Factory in Serbia: A Milestone for Tech Innovation and German-Serbian Relations

In a significant development that marks a new chapter in Serbia's technological landscape, the foundation stone for Muehlbauer Holding's new production facility was ceremoniously...

First Charitable BELhospice Gala Evening Held in Belgrade

The first charitable BELhospice Gala Evening was held at the Radisson Blue Old Mill Hotel, during which 23,000 euros were raised to support the...

India and Serbia Strengthen Ties on 75th Republic Day Celebrations in Belgrade

In a celebration of India's 75th Republic Day on 26 January 2024, the Indian Embassy in Belgrade, under the aegis of Ambassador Shubhdarshini Tripathi,...

German-Serbian Chamber Hosts Gala, Pledges Green Future

In a significant event marking the strengthening of German-Serbian economic ties, the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK Serbia) hosted its annual gala under the...

Cecilia Bartoli, World-renowned Opera Singer, President of Europa Nostra

Culture Must Be Placed at the Heart of Europe

We cannot talk about our common heritage without exerting greater effort to make sure future generations are aware of it, with a particular focus on those who are not brought to European culture automatically through their upbringing or schooling....

Olivér Várhelyi, EU Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement

Supporting Serbia’s Energy Security

The EU’s €49.6 million grant for the Serbia-Bulgaria gas interconnector is pivotal to Serbia’s energy security and diversifying away from Russian gas The European Union’s...

Jelena Stijačić, International Committee of the Red Cross

Gaza An Unbearable Human Tragedy

The ICRC is gravely concerned by the precarious and unsafe conditions under which civilians are evacuating Gaza. Irrespective of the modalities of evacuations, safe...

Brankica Janković, Commissioner for the Protection of Equality

The Future Is Unstoppable

In 2024 I expect more women to hold positions in the IT sector, women to be at the helm of the ministries of foreign...

Biljana Braithwaite, CEO and Founding Partner of Sustineri Partners

Advocating a Gender Balance Yields Improved Results

The Adria countries have huge potential, which can be improved markedly with the application of ESG standards in various segments, whether that means attracting...

Serbia’s Agrarian Giants: The Landowners Reshaping the Countryside

A recent survey has revealed Industrija mesa "Matijević" as the leading landholder in Serbia, highlighting significant shifts in the nation's agricultural sector. Close behind...

Serbian Firms Clinch Deals Worth Over €8 Million at World’s Premier Organic Food Fair

At the Biofach International Organic Food Fair in Nuremberg, Serbian companies have secured contracts valued at more than €8 million, as reported by the...

European Banking Titans Surpass €100 Billion Profit Milestone Amid Rising Interest Rates

For the first time in history, Europe's banking behemoths have collectively breached the €100 billion profit ceiling, fueled by a significant uptick in interest...

Renewables Set to Eclipse Coal in Global Power Generation by 2025, IEA Forecasts

In a landmark shift for global energy dynamics, the International Energy Agency (IEA) forecasts a decline in coal's share of global electricity production below...

Serbian Flavors Take Center Stage at Dubai’s Gulfood 2024

At the prestigious Gulfood 2024 in Dubai, a cohort of 24 Serbian firms showcases their culinary prowess, marking a significant stride in the nation's...

Serbia Eyes Stake in Thessaloniki or Piraeus Ports to Boost Exports

In a strategic move to enhance its export capabilities, Serbia has expressed readiness to acquire a portion of either the Thessaloniki or Piraeus ports,...

Cocoa Prices Hit Record High, Chocolate Costs Set to Surge

In a recent surge that has caught the attention of global markets, cocoa prices have ascended to a new peak of $5,970 per tonne,...

EIB Global Channels Record €1.2 Billion into Western Balkans

EIB Global, the European Investment Bank's arm for non-EU activities, has made a landmark investment of €1.2 billion in the Western Balkans for 2023,...

Hermann Parzinger, Executive President of Europa Nostra Visits Neolithic Site Of Belo Brdo, Vinča

Renowned historian and archaeologist Hermann Parzinger first visited the Vinča archaeological site some 35 years ago, when he was completing his post-doctoral thesis on...

National Day of Azerbaijan

Serbia and Azerbaijan are bound by traditional friendship, strategic partnership, and agreement on the principled commitment to respect all states’ territorial integrity and sovereignty......

The Youth of Europe With The Youth Of Serbia – Concert Of Solidarity

The Youth of Europe with the Youth of Serbia – a concert of solidarity “We are better together – The youth of Europe together...

Embassy Of Norway Marks Constitution Day

The Embassy of Norway in Belgrade hosted a reception for their Constitution Day at the Residence on 17 May... Read more

The Embassy of Sweden: The Working Woman – Her Rights and Heritage

The Embassy of Sweden and the Center for Cultural Decontamination hosted the opening of the event The Working Woman: Her Rights and Heritage... Read...

France Awards The Order of Arts and Letters To Bora Babić

Bora Babić, director of the publishing house Akademska knjiga from Novi Sad, was awarded The Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (‘Order of Arts...

Farewell Reception For The Ambassador Of Cyprus H.E. Demetrios Theophylactou

Ambassador H.E. Demetrios Theophylactou hosted his farewell reception at the residence before they departed from Serbia... Read more

EU Inaugurates Central Office for Artificial Intelligence

The European Union has taken a significant step forward in the realm of artificial intelligence by inaugurating its Artificial Intelligence Office. This central body...

European Banking Titans Surpass €100 Billion Profit Milestone Amid Rising Interest Rates

For the first time in history, Europe's banking behemoths have collectively breached the €100 billion profit ceiling, fueled by a significant uptick in interest...

Renewables Set to Eclipse Coal in Global Power Generation by 2025, IEA Forecasts

In a landmark shift for global energy dynamics, the International Energy Agency (IEA) forecasts a decline in coal's share of global electricity production below...

Serbia Eyes Stake in Thessaloniki or Piraeus Ports to Boost Exports

In a strategic move to enhance its export capabilities, Serbia has expressed readiness to acquire a portion of either the Thessaloniki or Piraeus ports,...

Western Balkans Eye EU Membership by 2028

At the esteemed Munich Security Conference, a cornerstone event in global security discourse, leaders from North Macedonia, Albania, and Montenegro have passionately renewed their...

Mitsotakis Reaffirms Greece’s Steadfast Stance on Kosovo in Serbia

On his state visit to Serbia, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has once again confirmed Greece's unchanging stance regarding Kosovo and Metohija, championing the...

Transition Period Ends in North Macedonia: New Era for Official Documents

In a significant milestone, North Macedonia has concluded a five-year transitional phase today, adhering to the terms of the Prespa Agreement. This marks the...

EIB Global Channels Record €1.2 Billion into Western Balkans

EIB Global, the European Investment Bank's arm for non-EU activities, has made a landmark investment of €1.2 billion in the Western Balkans for 2023,...

Croatia Tops Affordability Chart for EU Arable Land

The European Union's 2022 data unveils a captivating snapshot of arable land prices, with Croatia emerging as the beacon of affordability for potential landowners.  In...

Dimitar Kovačevski Resigns, Paving Way for North Macedonia’s Interim Government

In a decisive political development, North Macedonia's Prime Minister Dimitar Kovačevski tendered his resignation, formally presenting it to the Sobranje, the country's parliament. This...

Unified Labour Market in Open Balkan Countries Begins 1st March

On the 1st of March, the labour markets of Serbia, North Macedonia, and Albania are set to undergo a transformational change with the advent...

Are the Recent Elections A Pebble or a Boulder in the Government’s Shoe?

Nobody Knows What’s Good Over the Hill

The post-election political situation in Serbia is like a top suspense story, in which democracy will either triumph or perish, regardless of whether we...

What Positive Developments Have Been Achieved in Serbia When It Comes Our Struggle for a More Sustainable Planet?

Optimism in Green

Serbia is taking modest but commendable strides towards a green future, with notable progress achieved on sustainable initiatives and environmentally conscious practices In this month’s...

Elections In Serbia

The Deceptive Ease of Victory

Despite voters of both the ruling parties and the opposition being dissatiffied – with economic results, quality of life and growing violence across society...

What Awaits Us In 2024? 

Fragile Optimism

The outbreak of war in the Middle East only serves to further complicate a global economic situation that wasn’t great in the frst place....

EU Englargement

Awaiting a Sea Change

The Russo-Ukraine conflict has certainly reinvigorated the focus on strategic planning within the EU, but this potential shift towards a more favourable outlook for...

Are We Prepared For Climate Change? 

Unprotected on a Baking Roof

Serbia needs to urgently devote itself to the systematic planning of a response and devising measures to adapt to changing climatic conditions. No segment...

Economic Growth In Serbia

On a Thin, Hot Wire

Despite inflationary pressure easing and encouraging FDI inflows, the complexity of the global political and economic crisis, which also is spilling over onto Serbia,...

Are We Awaited By A Sweltering Political Summer?

Between Two Infernos

Will the current avalanche of discontent inundating the streets of Serbian cities soon be nothing but a fading memory, like the seemingly endless rain...

How Influential Is Cultural Diplomacy In Times Of Crisis?

Building Trust Through The Power Of Culture

In times of global economic crises, conflicts and tragic events, like the one that recently befell Serbia, cultural diplomacy has the potential to remind...