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Nicolas Marquier, Regional Manager for the Western Balkans at the International Finance Corporation (IFC)

Financing the Future

IFC, the largest global development institution, has provided almost $1 billion in financing to Serbia’s private sector over the past six years IFC, as a...

Dr Ivan Todorović, Todorović Law Firm

Dedicated Advisors and Tenacious Litigators

The Todorović Law Firm has existed for more than 30 years and throughout that time has demonstrated its unwavering dedication to continuously advancing at...

Marija Stojiljković, Founder, Royal Nanny

Children Deserve the Best Nannies

Royal Nanny offers a wide range of childcare services, primarily through mediating between professional nannies and families, providing responsible, meticulous, trained and caring individuals Starting...

Petar Miljković, CEO, 14. Oktobar d.o.o.

Employees are the Company’s Real Strength

This former Kruševac giant, which has come a long way over the course of 100 years of operations, developing from a construction machinery factory...

Ivana Bogdanović, Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications at Addiko Bank

CSR as a Longstanding Priority

In today’s world, where gaining the trust of clients is the most important aspect of a company’s business, CSR, or socially responsible operations, represents...

H.E. Attila Pinter, Ambassador of Hungary to Serbia

Momentary Setback

Significant steps have been taken to finalise reform of the judiciary, which is a crucial matter for Serbia and has been a long-standing issue. I now see the opportunity to complete this task.

I personally believe that Serbia has made significant achievements regarding EU integration thus far, while the current slow progress is just a momentary setback. There are many political and administrative fields in which progress can be achieved, but I can see that plans are already in motion here. The new accession methodology will give more opportunities for Serbia to present its results. I think that the government is committed to these reforms, while leading Serbian politicians stand up for the EU agenda on regular occasions. Significant steps have been taken to finalise reform of the judiciary, which is a crucial matter for Serbia and has been a long-standing issue. I now see the opportunity to complete this task.

Hungary has recent experience with accession negotiations, so we can provide valuable support for Serbia until it achieves full membership!

I’ve also witnessed a strong commitment to green growth and the environmental protection agenda, which is also aligned with the aims of the EU Green Deal. The Government’s Serbia 2025 plan also supports this aim, ensuring that efforts are also supported by financial means. I would say that if Serbia continues on this path and develops its agenda with political commitment, the integration process will gain traction!

Hungary supports Serbia on its European path and we would like to stress that accepting the country as an EU member state would be beneficial to both sides. Our relations are now very close; we like to refer to Serbia as a strategic partner. Supporting the country’s EU accession is an integral part of this partnership. We use every occasion and forum to voice this opinion – be that in Brussels, Budapest or Belgrade. And we don’t only provide political support, but rather also expert assistance to the Ministry of European Integration. An experienced seconded expert from Hungary is working there to assist the Serbian staff on all matters. We also previously welcomed Serbian officials to Budapest for professional training.

Serbia-France Innovation Forum Begins: Innovate for the Planet! Play Green!

At the Serbia-France Innovation Forum titled 'Innovate for the Planet, Play Green', which commenced at the Palace Serbia, French Ambassador to Serbia Pierre Cochard...

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Diplomatic Twine

German politician Markus Söder promised to support Serbia on its EU journey. According to the German media, Söder is making “diplomatic twine” in his...

Imperial Instagram Debut as Japanese Monarchy Embraces Social Media

In a digital rite of passage, the Japanese Imperial Family has gracefully navigated its way into the realm of social media, unveiling an Instagram...

Jakov Milatović, President of Montenegro

Restoring Our Traditional Partnership

I consider that we achieved a turnaround in economic and political relations between Montenegro and Serbia in the first year of my mandate, but...

Serbia Charts the Course to Smart Cities with Kragujevac Leading the Way

In a significant development for urban planning and technology in Serbia, a roadmap for smart cities was unveiled today...

Serbia, Slovenia, and Hungary Merge Power Exchanges in Energy Pact

In a significant move to streamline and enhance energy trading in the region, Serbia, Slovenia, and Hungary have unified...

Over Two Thousand Seek Employment in Serbia Through Open Balkan Scheme

Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić reported that, via the Open Balkan initiative's ID card system, 2,200 individuals have expressed their...

Peter Pellegrini Wins Slovak Presidential Election

Peter Pellegrini, the candidate from the ruling coalition, won the second round of the presidential elections in Slovakia, securing...

Strategic Energy Partnership Established Between Serbia and France

The Serbian Government adopted a Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Serbia and French Electric Power Company (EDF),...

Peter Pellegrini Wins Slovak Presidential Election

Peter Pellegrini, the candidate from the ruling coalition, won the second round of the presidential elections in Slovakia, securing...

Strategic Energy Partnership Established Between Serbia and France

The Serbian Government adopted a Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Serbia and French Electric Power Company (EDF),...

Serbia-France Innovation Forum Begins: Innovate for the Planet! Play Green!

At the Serbia-France Innovation Forum titled 'Innovate for the Planet, Play Green', which commenced at the Palace Serbia, French...

EU and EP Finalise €6 Billion Support for Western Balkans

The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union have finalised a deal to provide an additional six...

Zrenjanin Crowned Serbia’s Cultural Capital for 2025

In a ceremony held at the Serbian government, Zrenjanin was officially designated as Serbia's Cultural Capital for 2025. The...

Peter Pellegrini Wins Slovak Presidential Election

Peter Pellegrini, the candidate from the ruling coalition, won the second round of the presidential elections in Slovakia, securing...

Strategic Energy Partnership Established Between Serbia and France

The Serbian Government adopted a Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Serbia and French Electric Power Company (EDF),...

Serbia-France Innovation Forum Begins: Innovate for the Planet! Play Green!

At the Serbia-France Innovation Forum titled 'Innovate for the Planet, Play Green', which commenced at the Palace Serbia, French...

EU and EP Finalise €6 Billion Support for Western Balkans

The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union have finalised a deal to provide an additional six...

Zrenjanin Crowned Serbia’s Cultural Capital for 2025

In a ceremony held at the Serbian government, Zrenjanin was officially designated as Serbia's Cultural Capital for 2025. The...
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