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Dr Una Sikimić, Alta Banka a.d. CEO

Prepared And Committed

The fact that Alta banka – as one of the country’s few domestic banks – does not belong to the group of large banks,...

Predrag Skoković, Director Of Quality House

Knowledge In The Service Of Testing

Quality House provides software testing services to all companies whose software development teams are facing problems in setting up appropriate test processes and related...

Afi Europe Serbia

AFI Europe Serbia Is Launching New Business Park

One of the most reputable investors on the Belgrade real estate market is launching an exciting new project - AFI City Zmaj Set to rise...

Minja Jovanović, Corporate Security Business Partner, MPC Properties

They Entered The Pandemic Prepared

MPC Properties is a company that constructs, develops and manages commercial real estate, and which has an extraordinary responsibility from the security aspect. Its...

Mladen Ćirić, Tonković Winery Sales Director

Kadarka Wines Conquering The World

The Tonković Winery, based in the village of Bački Vinogradi, is commemorating the first 15 years of its successful operations. Testifying to the claim...

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.

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Strong Energy Of Freedom-loving Peoples And States Could Be Felt In Belgrad

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Comment by Zoran Panović

Legacy And Disquiet

By calling on the presidents of Turkey, Serbia and Croatia – Messrs Erdoğan, Vučić and Milanović – Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik (seemingly narrow-minded,...

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Belgrade Security Forum: Future Of Europe – Where Do We Stand Now?

Professor Dejan Jović opened the discussion by saying that it’s impossible to precisely define what is Europe and what are...

Belgrade Security Forum: The Berlin Process – What’s Next?

Mr. Zoran Nechev, Project Coordinator and Researcher in the Institute for Democracy Societies Civilis in Skopje stated that the...

Belgrade Security Forum Is A Unique Venue For The Dialogue For The 11th Time

Future of the Western Balkans is in the EU with the US as a partner, is the main message...

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11th Belgrade Security Forum Opened

Deputy Head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia Ms. Sarah Groen opened Academic event of the 11th Belgrade Security Forum. In...

Belgrade Security Forum: Future Of Europe – Where Do We Stand Now?

Professor Dejan Jović opened the discussion by saying that it’s impossible to precisely define what is Europe and what are...

Belgrade Security Forum: The Berlin Process – What’s Next?

Mr. Zoran Nechev, Project Coordinator and Researcher in the Institute for Democracy Societies Civilis in Skopje stated that the...

Belgrade Security Forum Is A Unique Venue For The Dialogue For The 11th Time

Future of the Western Balkans is in the EU with the US as a partner, is the main message...

Belgrade Security Forum: The Drivers Of Resilience And Radicalization

Academic Panel 2: Resilience to Violent Extremism in Southeast Europe Ms. Marija Ignjatijević, Researcher at the Belgrade Centre for Security...

11th Belgrade Security Forum Opened

Deputy Head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia Ms. Sarah Groen opened Academic event of the 11th Belgrade Security Forum. In...

Belgrade Security Forum: Future Of Europe – Where Do We Stand Now?

Professor Dejan Jović opened the discussion by saying that it’s impossible to precisely define what is Europe and what are...

Belgrade Security Forum: The Berlin Process – What’s Next?

Mr. Zoran Nechev, Project Coordinator and Researcher in the Institute for Democracy Societies Civilis in Skopje stated that the...

Belgrade Security Forum Is A Unique Venue For The Dialogue For The 11th Time

Future of the Western Balkans is in the EU with the US as a partner, is the main message...

Belgrade Security Forum: The Drivers Of Resilience And Radicalization

Academic Panel 2: Resilience to Violent Extremism in Southeast Europe Ms. Marija Ignjatijević, Researcher at the Belgrade Centre for Security...

11th Belgrade Security Forum Opened

Deputy Head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia Ms. Sarah Groen opened Academic event of the 11th Belgrade Security Forum. In...
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