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56th Nordic Day

H.E. Christopher R. Hill, U.S. Ambassador To Serbia

Focus On The Future

Looking forward, Serbia today has an important...

H.E. Pierre Cochard, Ambassador Of France To Serbia

France Favours Swift EU Accession For Western Balkans

The European political community is by no...

H.E. Giles Norman, Ambassador Of Canada To Serbia

Leading By Example

The Government of Canada is adamant that...

Ambassador Thomas Schieb: Sanctions On Russia Will Help Serbia Progress

German Ambassador to Serbia Thomas Schieb said...

UK: Lowest Car Sales Since 1996

Gathering economic headwinds are stoking fears of a recession after car sales dropped to the lowest level since 1996. UK...

In The New Report On Serbia GRECO Calls For Further Measures To Prevent Corruption

In a new report on Serbia, the Council of Europe’s Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) calls for further measures to...

China: Ready To Promote Global Development

The Forum on Global Development was held in Beijing, and on that occasion the President of the People's Republic...

Serbia And Hungary Sign Agreement On Border Control

The Agreement between the governments of Serbia and Hungary regulating border control in road, rail and water transport was...

Reception On The Occasion Of 140 Years Of Friendly Relations Between Japan And Serbia

Ambassador of Japan in Serbia H.E. Katsumata Takahiko hosted a reception in his residence to mark the 140th anniversary...

The Nordic ambassadors to Serbia organised a reception at the Norwegian residence to celebrate Nordic Day.

This event, which commemorates the signing of the Helsinki Treaty on 23 March 1962 by all the Nordic countries is dedicated to the regional cooperation of governments and parliaments in the north of Europe, one of the oldest and most comprehensive in the world.

The Nordic region is home to 27 million people, covers eight time zones and has a strong language community – 80-90% of Danish, Swedish and Norwegian words are identical or sound similar.

Equality, welfare and democracy are common Nordic values that open the way to closer inter-Nordic cooperation at all levels – from the Prime Minister to the primary school pupil.

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Climate Change: Wind And Solar Reach Milestone As Demand Surges

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Æbleskiver – Danish Pancake Puffs

One of the most popular Danish Christmas treats is Æbleskiver. The name literally means “apple slices” in Danish as they were originally filled with small pieces...

Gløgg – Danish Mulled Wine

Gløgg – a hot and sweet mulled wine – goes hand in hand with the Danish Christmas season. Many Danes add additional alcohol in the...

The Embassy Of Norway Hosts Renewable Energy Conference

Last week Nordic Business Alliance participated in the Renewable Energy Conference hosted and organized by the Norwegian Embassy. The topical agenda attracted high-profile participants and...

H.E. Kimmo Lähdevirta, Ambassador Of Finland To Serbia

Finland Can Assist Serbia In This Green Transition

Along with other Nordic embassies in Serbia and the Nordic Business Alliance, but also the Nordic Council of Ministers, Finland is sharing its vast...

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It Pays To Be Green

Serbian citizens are painfully aware of climate change, biodiversity loss and resource scarcity, and – regardless of their political aspirations – they strive to...

H.E. Susanne Shine, Ambassador Of Denmark To Serbia

Pollution Doesn’t Have A Nationality

The Nordic countries understand that pollution doesn’t respect borders and that environmental cooperation among countries can benefit all. That’s why we are eager to...