Sitemap

250 Years Since Sweden’s Adoption of the First Act on Freedom of Expression

More...

Celebration Of Sixth International Day Of Yoga In Serbia

The Embassy of India in Belgrade in...

Friends Of Kazakhstan Club

On 24 June a presentation of the...

Current Issues Of The New Customs Law

Slovenian Business Club and Croatian Business Club...

News

Croatia’s Ruling Conservatives Win Parliamentary Election

The conservative Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) party has consolidated its power in Croatia after winning 66 seats in the...

Biggest Portrait In The World Of Novak Djokovic

Architect and artist Andrej Josifovski, better known as the Pianist, made the largest portrait of Novak Djokovic in the...

Macron Appoints Jean Castex As New Prime Minister Of France

French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday appointed Jean Castex to replace Edouard Philippe as prime minister. French government resigned, just...

Startup Ecosystem Of Belgrade And Novi Sad Worth 502 Million Dollars

The American organization Startup Genome has published a new edition of its annual report, which estimates that the startup...

EIB Provides €30 Million To UniCredit Bank Serbia For Serbian SMEs

• The first impact finance loan for Serbian SMEs • This highly innovative EIB operation aims to support employment, sustainable...

The Embassy of Sweden has dedicated this year’s celebration of the National Day of Sweden to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the Parliament of Sweden’s adoption of the first act of freedom of expression in the world.

Stressing the importance of freedom of expression H.E. Swedish Ambassador Christer Asp said that freedom of expression, as well as many other civil liberties, are part of every modern and democratic society.

Ambassador Asp added that “by constantly creating conditions for the opening of new chapters, Serbia is demonstrating its determination to continue negotiations towards full membership in the European Union”.

“Democracy and human rights, including freedom of speech, are areas where Sweden invests the most. Serbia is still a long way from Sweden…but the Press Freedom Index, which is compiled by Reporters Without Borders, shows that Serbia has improved its position by eight places compared to 2015,” said Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić.