Victor A. Matveev JINR

Prof. Victor A. Matveev, Director of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia (JINR)

The Universe Sees No Borders

Anders Christian Hougard Ambassador Denmark to Serbia

H.E. Anders Christian Hougård, Ambassador of Denmark to Serbia

Pragmatic Approach Leads to Prosperity

Kimmo Lähdevirta Ambassador of Finland to Serbia

H.E. Kimmo Lähdevirta, Ambassador of Finland to Serbia

Supporting Nordic Values In the Balkans

Tanju Bilgiç Ambassador of Turkey to Serbia

H.E. Tanju Bilgiç, Ambassador of Turkey to Serbia

We Must Share the Burden

Jørn Eugen Gjelstad Ambassador of Norway to Serbia

H.E. Jørn Eugen Gjelstad, Ambassador of Norway to Serbia

We Treasure Trust Between Citizens and Institutions

Jan Lundin, Ambassador of Sweden to Serbia

H.E. Jan Lundin, Ambassador of Sweden to Serbia

Cooperation Is Inspirational and Rewarding

Zorana Mihajlović

Zorana Mihajlović Ph.d., Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure

Construction Will Continue Driving Serbia’s Development After the Pandemic

Current Issues

Ksenija Purković, President of the Nordic Business Alliance

Dialogue is Crucial In Hard Times

We believe that good policies come as a result of permanent dialogue and trust between the public and private sectors. That is especially so...


The Liquidity of the Economy and Citizens is Key to a Rapid Post-crisis Recovery

Many economic experts are already predicting that the pandemic caused by the Corona virus will be a bigger challenge for the world economy than anything we’ve faced in the recent past, including the 2008 financial crisis. The Government of Serbia has space, primarily in its fiscal policy, to respond to the challenges facing businesses and citizens

Brankica Janković, Commissioner for the Protection of Equality

The More We Speak – The Less We Understand One Another

Life intended a role for me that meant I spent a long time managing various systems, mostly those in which it is necessary to help and support those who are different and weaker

Comment by Yanis Varoufakis

Europe is Unprepared for the COVID-19 Recession

If there is one European body that has consistently demonstrated its lack of fitness for managing economic crises, it is the Eurogroup of eurozone finance ministers. True to form, it will respond to the COVID-19 crisis with heroic announcements heralding impressive numbers that disguise the irrelevance and timidity of the agreed policies

Dejan Turk, Vip Mobile CEO

A Human Driven Company Powered By Technology

The company rebranding planned for this year is part of the strategy of the A1 Telekom Austria Group, which Vip has been part of since its arrival on the Serbian market in 2007


Proven Values for Both Good Times and Bad

In times of hardship, examples of true cooperation like the Nordic one seem even more meaningful than during “regular” times. Yet such relationships, based on shared values and a willingness to achieve results that contribute to the mutual development and well-being of citizens, will be equally if not even more important for the Western Balkan region once the current challenges pass.

Antonio Passarella, Country Manager and Key Account Manager Western Balkans, Ericsson

5g Network is The Future

Ericsson, a global leader in technology communications and services that is this year celebrating 140 years of its existence, whilst also commemorating 20 years of successful operations in Serbia, today collaborates with many telecommunications operators to develop and test the 5G network

Đorđe Davidović, General Manager, Wolt d.o.o.

The Best Food Delivery

Wolt isn't just a technology company, nor is it just an app. Wolt is the people who stand behind everything. Wolt is more than 10,000 delivery workers, more than 7,000 restaurants, strong support and more than 750 employees from 20 countries

Mia Zečević, Novaston CEO

We’re Expanding in the Sectors of Office Spaces and Logistics

From the very inception of the company, all the way to the creation of the Novaston platform with five companies, at Novaston Asset Management they have insisted on quality and expertise in the professional management and maintenance of business facilities. It was that way at the beginning and remains the case today, when Novaston is conquering new markets

Angel Gurria, OECD

Coronavirus Will Be Felt For a Long Time to Come

The OECD, which has 36 member countries and aims to stimulate economic progress and world trade, earlier last month predicted an “intensive” coronavirus outbreak could weaken global growth to 1.5% in 2020

Comment by Zoran Panović

Pandemic Genre

Prior to the storm of the Corona virus, Vučić determined that Agriculture Minister Branislav Nedimović should be first below him on the SNS election list, only to expressly comprehend that Health Minister Zlatibor Lončar would come to the fore. Although this now comes across as being slightly inhumane, the main political points will be won and lost in the health sector. And in security

Tomica Orešković, Lokomotiva CEO

What I Learned About Working From Home, While Working From Home

Four aspects of remote work you need to pay attention to

Luka Ignjatović, Data Scientist, Polaris (I&f Grupa)

The Marketing Appliance of Data Science

Data science revolves around the interpretation and analysis of data arriving from different sources, as well as different types and structures of data. Various scientific methods, processes, algorithms and front-end solutions are fed with countless rows of data in order to extract patterns of behaviour, insights or information

Nordic countries

View To the Top of the Earth

Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark (collectively the Nordic countries) have a combination of high living standards and low-income disparity that has captured the world’s attention. At a time when the growing gap between the rich and poor has become a political hot button in developed nations, the region has been cited by many scholars as a role model for economic opportunity and equality

Srdan Golubović, Film Director

Serbia is Today at the Tail End of Europe

Of the four feature films that he’s made, three of Srdan Golubović’s works have been screened at the Berlin Film Festival. The latest is...

What Can Be Learned From Finland

Education System – One of the Best in The World

Finland's education system is considered one of the best education systems in the world. It has been a top performer since the first Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) triennial international survey back in 2000. Finland's education system works because its entire structure has been around several core principles. First and foremost, equal access to education is a constitutional right. Another important principle is that one should be allowed to choose their educative path, which should never lead to a dead end. Learners can always continue their studies on an upper level of education

What Can Be Learned From Denmark

How the Danish Food Industry Produces More With Less?

The agri and food industry is a major industrial sector in Denmark. Around 20 % of total industrial turnover still comes from the food industry and that places the sector in a remarkable position seen from a global perspective. Denmark is recognised globally for its sustainable food production. Both customers and producers are dedicated to leaving a better world for future generations. The Danish food cluster is home to one of the most sustainable and least polluting productions in the world. When doing business with the Danish food cluster, you’ll find a wealth of experience and knowhow within resource efficiency and discover how to produce more with less – while actually saving money. Throughout the Danish food production chain, you can find innovative, new solutions for a world that soon has to feed nine billion people. Denmark is also among the happiest and most satisfied nations on earth!

What Can Be Learned From Sweden

Sustainable and Dynamic Export

Swedish exports are a linchpin of the economy that create growth, employment and increased prosperity. By exporting and importing goods and services, Sweden’s business sector has been able to grow strongly far outside of the country’s borders and to take advantage of the global marketplace

What Can Be Learned from Norway

Most Inclusive and Advanced Economy

Norway is one of the world’s most prosperous countries, and oil and gas production account for 20 percent of its economy. Other important sectors include hydropower, fish, forests, and minerals. State revenues from petroleum are deposited in the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund. Unemployment is low, but an aging population could prove challenging in the future

Myths About Nordic Society

Nordic culture and society have been having a bit of a moment internationally. Entire books have been written about the concept of hygge, and various Nordic words have been doing the rounds (lagom and kalsarikännit being rather different examples)

Free apps and services to help you relax during coronavirus crisis

While travel has stopped during the coronavirus crisis, this comes as the perfect time to enjoy some armchair adventures. Much content has become available...

Business and Civil Sectors: Integrations And Innovations

At the Integration-Innovation event, business and civil sector representatives gathered to create new opportunities for the involvement of the two sectors in policymaking and advocacy. Read more

Sweden support for Environmental Democracy in Serbia

Minister Trivan and the Ambassador of Sweden H.E. Jan Lundin signed the extension of two cooperation agreements on Sweden's support for Environmental Democracy in Serbia with more than 3m EUR. Read more

71st Republic Day of India

Ambassador of India to Serbia H.E. Subrata Bhattacharjee hosted a reception on 24 January 2020 to mark the 71st Republic Day of India. Read more

50,000 eur support for musicians

British independent music label The state51 Conspiracy and Mascom company have set up a €50,000 fund called "StayCreative", aiming to help musicians overcome the...

US Abbott Laboratories launches test to detect COVID-19 in 5 minutes

Abbott Laboratories has received emergency use authorization (EUA) from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the fastest available molecular point-of-care test for...

New Zealand

Exports Still Growing

Dairy exports will be least affected by drought and coronavirus with exports up 6.2% to $19.2 billion in the year to June 30, the...


From Importer to Exporter

India’s active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) industry has come a long way since the 1980s when the pharma industry was heavily reliant on API exports...


Volkswagen to Close Factories In Mexico

Volkswagen will temporarily close its factories in Mexico’s Puebla and Guanajuato states in a bid to preserve public health, amid growing worries over the...


Germany Approves Aid Package for Small Companies

The German government has approved another large aid package to help companies and individuals affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The aid package breaks six years...

500 years since the death of Raphael a genius from Urbino

In 2020 marks the 500th anniversary of the death of Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino, known as Raphael, a painter and architect, one of the...

Architecture in Germany

Ecological Optimisation of Buildings

Rationality and precision define German building culture. Yet with the success of ecological architecture it is also developing new emotionality and lightness

Science & Technology

Indian By Design

Several studies have shown how customisability is a strong requirement for the Indian consumer, and even international players have realised the need for a design approach that incorporates ‘all things Indian’

Stefan Milenković, violinist, musical pedagogue

The Artist Always Has a Choice

As a child, he was celebrated by the country that was called Yugoslavia. In fact, he was a child...

Contemporary Architecture - Japan

Balancing the Radical & Logical

Visionary, poetic, and with a powerful connection to nature, contemporary Japanese architects have painted the world’s landscapes with some of the most awe-inspiring homes, museums, cultural institutions, and contemplative spaces. We look at six Japanese architects taking on the world stage


The Best Watches to Invest in 2020

Watches, unlike most other investments, follow trends. They’re highvalue mechanical marvels, but when you boil it all down they’re...