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Ministry of Environmental Protection

Irena Vujović

Irena Vujović
Minister
Took office October 2020

AddressOmladinskih brigada 1, Belgrade
Tel: +381 1131 10271
E-mail: info@ekologija.gov.rs
Website: www.ekologija.gov.rs
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Articles

French Embassy Launches Eco-municipality Contest in Serbia

The French Embassy in Serbia has announced the launch of the third "Eco-municipality" competition for sustainable cities, designed as a platform for dialogue and...

Nestlé Unveils Plant-Based Meal Factory in Surčin, Serbia, with a €80 Million Investment

Nestlé has taken a significant step towards expanding its sustainable food production footprint by inaugurating a new €80 million plant-based meal factory in Surčin,...

Serbia Assumes Carpathian Convention Leadership at Belgrade Summit

Serbia takes the helm for a three-year leadership of the Carpathian Convention during its Conference of the Parties (COP7) held in Belgrade, attended by...

Serbian Government Adopts Air Protection Action Plan For 2022 to 2030

The Ministry of Environmental Protection announced that the Government of Serbia has adopted the Air Protection Program for the period from 2022 to 2030...

The Remaining Two Ministers And Ministers Without Portfolio Assigned

Day after the announcement of 24 ministers in the new government of Serbia, it was announced today who the remaining two ministers are, as...

President Vučić Announced Members Of The New Government

President of Serbia and of the Serbian Progressive Party, Aleksandar Vučić, presented members of the new government, which will be chaired by Ana Brnabić,...

Call For Innovative Solutions For Decarbonisation That Contributes To Serbia’s Green Transition

With the support of the Government of Japan and in partnership with the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the Ministry of Mining and Energy,...

Facts & Figures

Recycling Saves Both Planet And Money

In step with the growth of global overheating and increasingly obvious climate change, recycling is becoming increasingly important, because thanks to waste management programmes,...