Sitemap

Greek Days in Belgrade

More...

The First Conference On The Air Protection Programme In Serbia

The first conference on preparing the Draft...

Swiss Business in Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia And North Macedonia

Following SSCC's initiative, the first regional online...

International Roma Day 2021 Marked In Serbia

Antigypsyism is an especially persistent, violent, recurrent...

6th Serbian Property & Infrastructure Development Conference

In the first panel on 6th Serbian...

EU Delegation and Council of Europe Office Welcome New Rules Aimed at Preventing Undue Influence on Judges and Prosecutors

The Serbian High Judicial Council (HJC) and the State Prosecutorial Council (SPC) have adopted on 15 and 19 April 2021...

The European Commission And Austria Secure COVID-19 Vaccines For The Western Balkans

The European Commission and Austria are announcing today the conclusion of agreements for the delivery of COVID-19 vaccines for...

Greece Removes Quarantine For Travellers From EU And Other Countries

Greece has lifted its quarantine requirement for travellers from the European Union provided they have been vaccinated or tested...

WHO Describes Immunisation Process In Serbia As Impressive

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic talked with World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Director for Europe Hans Kluge about the epidemiological...

Humanitarian Cash Transfers For Families With Children As Part Of The COVID-19 Recovery Response

Darija Kisic Tepavcevic, Minister of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs, Anthony Godfrey, US Ambassador to the Republic of...

For the second year in a row, the Greek Embassy is organising a festival celebrating Greek culture “Greek Days in Belgrade”. The event is held from 19th to 29th April, under the auspices of the Belgrade City Assembly.

The ten-day festival includes concerts, film screenings, literary evenings, exhibitions, sports and gastronomic events.

Greek Ambassador H.E. Elias Eliadis attended the screening of the documentary film Dolphin Man (2017), directed by Lefteris Charitos, who addressed the audience at the Belgrade Cultural Center.

Programme of the ‘Greek Days in Belgrade’ is available to view here.

Related Articles

Greece Removes Quarantine For Travellers From EU And Other Countries

Greece has lifted its quarantine requirement for travellers from the European Union provided they have been vaccinated or tested negative for COVID-19 over the...

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cyprus

Support For The European Perspective And Dedication To The Principles Of International Law

We had a very open and constructive exchange of opinions regarding the latest developments in the Western Balkans, as well as the European perspective...

Coronavirus: What Are The Lockdown Rules In Different EU Countries?

Cases of COVID-19 are rising in many parts of the European Union. Consequently, some governments have decided to shut down many areas of public...

Comment

Stay Healthy And Positive

Serbia can count on Greece’s strong partnership support in the European integration process and on the implementation of all necessary reforms that contribute to...

Stylianos Zakof, President Of The Hellenic Business Association Of Serbia

We Can Do Better & More

Quicker harmonisation with EU regulations, judicial reform, and the simplifying of procedures for obtaining various business permits, import and export procedures, would make Serbia...

Stylianos Tsoktouridis, Managing Director, Alumil Yu Industry a.d.

Our Investment Plans Support Market Demands

As the largest group for the production of aluminium extrusions in Southeast Europe, Alumil remains determined to invest more in Serbia and continue supporting...

Petros Gemintzis, Director, Hellenic Sugar

Setting The Bar Even Higher

Low sugar prices on our domestic market also hit the industry, but Hellenic Sugar in Serbia survived those extremely difficult times and, for the...

Two Centuries Since A Struggle For Independence Began

The celebration commemorating the 200th anniversary of the launch of the struggle for Greece's liberation was marked by a major military parade that citizens...