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Dr Sandra Tinaj and Dr Milica Vukotić, University Of Donja Gorica

Education Is At A Major Turning Point! UDG Offers A Unique Educational Model

The University of Donja Gorica (UDG) is dedicated to its students and training them for both their professional advancement and to be a responsible...

Dragoljub Milinković, CEO, Veterinarski zavod Subotica

New Laboratory For A New Age

Veterinarski zavod Subotica was established in 1921 as the state sought the capacity to produce vaccines. Today we have seen that support for companies...

TotalEnergies Marketing Serbia

Planting Seedlings Of Care For The Environment

With the ongoing challenges to preserve our planet that’s endangered by climate change, global multienergy company TotalEnergies continues to pursue its ambition of reaching...

Radisav Osmajlić, Director For Central and Eastern Europe and Turkey, WTW

Every Risk Is A New Opportunity

WTW operates in 140 countries and is a global leader in people, risk and capital management consulting. In Serbia, it focuses on risk management...

Philanthropy

The Harp Talent

Founded in 2003 as a non-profit action tank, Multikultivator connects with institutions and individuals from around the globe to produce concerts, festivals, educational music...

H.E. Anthony F. Godfrey, Ambassador of the U.S.A. to Serbia

We Want Serbia to Succeed

The United States has no higher priority for our work in Serbia than to add a 28th star to the EU’s flag.

Serbia is a European country, not just in terms of geography and culture, but also in terms of how citizens of Serbia support the values born out of Europe’s Enlightenment: tolerance, liberty, justice, innovation and education. Of the approximately 200 countries on Earth, only 27 have the good fortune of being members of this unprecedented and highly successful experiment that’s meant to unleash the economic potential of member states, while also protecting the benefits and liberties that have been denied to so many others.

The United States has no higher priority for our work in Serbia than to add a 28th star to the EU’s flag. Not only will joining the EU improve the lives, incomes and opportunities of Serbian families, but a Europe that is more unified is directly in the interests of the United States. We want Serbia to succeed.

While the accession process is not without its political frustrations, the path to accession is fairly clear: Serbia must demonstrate full respect for the rule of law and its commitment to guaranteeing the rights of all citizens. The status quo between Belgrade and Priština continues to block Serbia’s EU path, and I believe it also chills the entire region. I am very pleased to see that President Vučić is willing to return to the EU-led Dialogue on this issue. We know from world history that instability and unfinished conflicts in the Balkans are bad, not just for the region and for Europe, but for the entire world.

I am very pleased to see that President Vučić is willing to return to the EU-led Dialogue between Belgrade and Priština

The United States has been very active in partnering with Serbia to address many key challenges on Serbia’s European path. Improvements in the rule of law and media environment are two of the immediate needs, and areas that demand more attention. From providing equipment and training to anti-corruption prosecutors, to enhanced border security technology, to training judges and police, the United States has invested hundreds of millions of dollars to improve the rule of law in Serbia. We continue to support Serbia’s media through training and development programmes, as well as through media literacy programmes and our advocacy for improved safety for journalists. Serbia’s recent reforms to align its energy regulations with the EU’s are a promising step towards integration with EU institutions. We encourage Serbia to accelerate its progress towards the EU by reorganising its public sector energy companies, allowing it to open Chapter 15.

The alternative to EU accession – which unfortunately seems to be the intention behind the malign influence we see so frequently knocking on Serbia’s door – is persistent divisions that leave both Europe and the Balkans weaker, poorer, less stable and completely separated from the values of the continent where the Enlightenment was born, and where so many young people seek to live, work and raise families.

French Companies Show Increased Interest In Investing In Serbia

The French Development Agency is showing increased interest in investing in Serbia, said H.E. Pierre Cochard the French ambassador to Belgrade, during talks with...

French-Serbian Chamber Of Commerce Hosts Gala Evening

Last night, the French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce held a traditional #Gala evening for its member companies, partners and friends of the Chamber. This year's...

Swiss Cooperation Program For Serbia 2022-25 Introduced

Support of Switzerland for Serbia in the European integration process, contributing to sustainable inclusive growth and encouraging democratic processes was announced at a ceremony...

President Of The Bundestag: Extremely Good Relations With Serbia

President of the Bundestag Berbel Bas during the talks with the Ambassador of Serbia in Germany H.E Snezana Jankovic, assesed that the bilateral relations...

Quarter Of Britons Resort To Skipping Meals

A quarter of Britons have resorted to skipping meals as inflationary pressures and a worsening food crisis conflate in...

French Companies Show Increased Interest In Investing In Serbia

The French Development Agency is showing increased interest in investing in Serbia, said H.E. Pierre Cochard the French ambassador...

Cannes Film Festival Opens With Zelenskiy Appeal To World Cinema

The Cannes Film Festival opened up Tuesday with crowded red carpet arrivals, a star-studded ceremony and a call from...

EC: Serbia’s Growth Is 3.4 % This Year, In The EU Eurozone 2.7 %

The European Commission forecasts growth of Serbia's gross domestic product of 3.4 per cent this year and 3.8 per...

Baerbock: Brussels Must Keep Its Promise Of EU Membership To The Western Balkans

On the eve of the EU Council of Foreign Ministers in Brussels, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock pointed out...

Quarter Of Britons Resort To Skipping Meals

A quarter of Britons have resorted to skipping meals as inflationary pressures and a worsening food crisis conflate in...

French Companies Show Increased Interest In Investing In Serbia

The French Development Agency is showing increased interest in investing in Serbia, said H.E. Pierre Cochard the French ambassador...

Cannes Film Festival Opens With Zelenskiy Appeal To World Cinema

The Cannes Film Festival opened up Tuesday with crowded red carpet arrivals, a star-studded ceremony and a call from...

EC: Serbia’s Growth Is 3.4 % This Year, In The EU Eurozone 2.7 %

The European Commission forecasts growth of Serbia's gross domestic product of 3.4 per cent this year and 3.8 per...

Baerbock: Brussels Must Keep Its Promise Of EU Membership To The Western Balkans

On the eve of the EU Council of Foreign Ministers in Brussels, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock pointed out...

Quarter Of Britons Resort To Skipping Meals

A quarter of Britons have resorted to skipping meals as inflationary pressures and a worsening food crisis conflate in...

French Companies Show Increased Interest In Investing In Serbia

The French Development Agency is showing increased interest in investing in Serbia, said H.E. Pierre Cochard the French ambassador...

Cannes Film Festival Opens With Zelenskiy Appeal To World Cinema

The Cannes Film Festival opened up Tuesday with crowded red carpet arrivals, a star-studded ceremony and a call from...

EC: Serbia’s Growth Is 3.4 % This Year, In The EU Eurozone 2.7 %

The European Commission forecasts growth of Serbia's gross domestic product of 3.4 per cent this year and 3.8 per...

Baerbock: Brussels Must Keep Its Promise Of EU Membership To The Western Balkans

On the eve of the EU Council of Foreign Ministers in Brussels, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock pointed out...
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