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Aleksandar Milović, Director Of Eko Unija SN

Through Development To A Circular Economy

In the age we live in we’ve become aware of the vital importance of the sustainable development of business operations and the establishing of...

German Sustainability Strategy 2021*

How Do The Germans Do It?

Germany’s Konrad Adenauer Foundation addresses current political and social issues and aims to contribute to the public debate. Climate change and environmental issues are...

Norbert Beckmann-Dierkes, Konrad Adenauer Foundation In Serbia And Montenegro

Green Deal Is Europe’s Top Priority

The Konrad Adenauer Foundation has been present in Belgrade with an office since 2001 and realises arrangements in Serbia and Montenegro. The foundation’s aim...

Zoran Došlić, Executive Director, Coming Computer Engineering

Cloud Services Expanding

Company COMING - Computer Engineering is a leading ICT company in Serbia and the region. It builds upon its position through its business successes...

Dimitrios Antoniou, Hertz Serbia General Manager

Hertz: Global Brand, Local Approach

Hertz, the largest car rental company in Serbia, has commemorated the first 10 years of operations on this market as the Autohellas Group. Its...

Zoran Lutovac, President Of The Democratic Party

Indicator Of Great Change

Both events could be an indication of a substantial shift in focus from interethnic and identity issues to economic and social issues, on the one hand, and a complete and unequivocal shifting of the entire region towards a Euro-Atlantic perspective, on the other

Both the Montenegrin elections and the latest stage of the Serbia-Kosovo Dialogue could be a hint of something fundamentally important. Specifically, in Montenegro, for the first time, the government lost its majority in the elections. For the first time in history! It is a major step forward, not only politically, but also in terms of civilisation. It could also be said that the only undisputed winner of these elections was the EU, because now neither the government nor the opposition challenge the pro-European foreign policy course, and the winners could be all of Montenegro’s citizens, because this time the topic of interethnic division was not enough to win the elections. If this becomes the rule, that will also be a big step forward in stabilising the political and social situation in the multinational Montenegro.

The only undisputed winner of Montenegro’s elections was the EU, because now neither the government nor the opposition challenge the pro-european foreign policy course, and the winners could be all of Montenegro’s citizens

The Washington agreement has not brought any substantial progress in resolving the Kosovo problem, but it symbolically marked a stronger official step forward of Belgrade towards the West, and a turn towards resolving existential problems that were overshadowed by diplomatic disputes on the status of Kosovo. Both of these events could be an indicator of a substantial shift away from interethnic and identity issues towards economic and social problems, on the one hand, and, on the other, a complete and unequivocal shifting of the entire region towards a Euro-Atlantic perspective.

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Zoran Panović

German Imagination

If Serbia does not recognise the independence of Kosovo (even discreetly, through a “legally binding paper”) by the end of Angela Merkel’s term as...

Dragan Pavlićević, Associate Professor Of The Department Of Chinese Studies At The International Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

The Power Of Other Friends

The keys to serbia’s foreign policy are in the hands of Brussels to a large extent, through its policy towards serbia and the Western...

Dr Marko Dašić, Assistant Professor, University Of Belgrade - Faculty Of Political Science

Policy Diversification Gains Or Credibility Losses?

Serbia’s foreign policy has become a set of disparate, seemingly irreconcilable options that enable the swift implementation of alternatives, without previously prejudicing the final...

Dr Srećko Đukić, Ambassador, Forum For International Relations Of The European Movement In Serbia

China Is Becoming What The EU Should Be

Belgrade and Brussels have been partners for decades, but the credit of those relations has been spent. The U.S. remains on the Western side...

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Europe Day Celebration

On the occasion of May 9, Europe Day, as every year for the last two decades, the Delegation of...

Marking the 10th anniversary of the Istanbul Convention in Belgrade

The 10th anniversary of the Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, better known as...

Prime Minister Edi Rama Wins Third Mandate In Albanian Elections

Albania’s ruling Socialist Party (SP), led by Prime Minister Edi Rama, has won Sunday’s election with 48% of the...

Kyungshin Cable Opens Factory In Smederevska Palanka

The Korean company Kyungshin Cable held a grand opening ceremony for its production plant where it will produce battery...

New Project To Support Innovation Driven Economy In Serbia

Serbia Innovates will create the first Serbian Supercluster to bolster country’s competitive advantages on international markets ICT Hub, as a...

Europe Day Celebration

On the occasion of May 9, Europe Day, as every year for the last two decades, the Delegation of...

Marking the 10th anniversary of the Istanbul Convention in Belgrade

The 10th anniversary of the Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, better known as...

Prime Minister Edi Rama Wins Third Mandate In Albanian Elections

Albania’s ruling Socialist Party (SP), led by Prime Minister Edi Rama, has won Sunday’s election with 48% of the...

New Project To Support Innovation Driven Economy In Serbia

Serbia Innovates will create the first Serbian Supercluster to bolster country’s competitive advantages on international markets ICT Hub, as a...

Von der Leyen And Borrell Call For Rule Of Law Reforms In Serbia During Vučić’s Brussels Visit

President of European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and High Representative of the EU Josep Borrell called for positive...

Europe Day Celebration

On the occasion of May 9, Europe Day, as every year for the last two decades, the Delegation of...

Marking the 10th anniversary of the Istanbul Convention in Belgrade

The 10th anniversary of the Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, better known as...

Prime Minister Edi Rama Wins Third Mandate In Albanian Elections

Albania’s ruling Socialist Party (SP), led by Prime Minister Edi Rama, has won Sunday’s election with 48% of the...

New Project To Support Innovation Driven Economy In Serbia

Serbia Innovates will create the first Serbian Supercluster to bolster country’s competitive advantages on international markets ICT Hub, as a...

Von der Leyen And Borrell Call For Rule Of Law Reforms In Serbia During Vučić’s Brussels Visit

President of European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and High Representative of the EU Josep Borrell called for positive...
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