Sitemap

International Women’s Club Gathering At The Swedish Residence

Swiss Cooperation Program For Serbia 2022-25 Introduced

Support of Switzerland for Serbia in the...

International Conference On Energy In The Balkans

The necessity of faster regional networking, cooperation...

Program Of French Regions Presented At The French Embassy

The French Embassy in Belgrade held a...

IWC April Coffee Morning

The April 1st Coffee Morning event of...

UN: Ukraine War Stoked Global Food Crisis That Could Last Years

The United Nations has warned that the war in Ukraine has helped to stoke a global food crisis that could last...

One Person Received Five Fines For Breaking Lockdown Rules

Boris Johnson will receive no further fines for breaches of lockdown rules, Downing Street said Thursday. It came after the...

Goldman Sachs To Offer Senior Staff Unlimited Holiday

Investment bank Goldman Sachs has said its senior staff will be allowed to take as much holiday as they...

Picasso’s Masterwork Of Lover And Muse Shines At Sotheby’s $408m Evening Sale

Following the Macklowe Collection’s white-glove sale, the Modern Evening Auction saw glittering results at Sotheby’s New York. Amongst 58...

UN Calls For Renewable Energy Push Following Damning Climate Report

UN chief Antonio Guterres has called for more investment in renewable energy and an end to the millions of...

The International Women’s Club (IWC) October Coffee Morning took place at the Swedish residence. President Milica Lundin, the wife of the Swedish Ambassador, opened her doors to the IWC on Friday, 11th October. 


After Ms Milica Lundin‘s president speech, two new sections (activity categories of special interest to members) were announced: (vegan) cooking classes and the walking group. The IWC also had the pleasure of having Oriflame, a Swedish company, as their guest.

The Oriflame team presented the world of cosmetics and facial treatments, and some of the ladies enjoyed getting their make up done at the event.

Related Articles

Swedish Embassy: Serbia Has Improved Measures To Combat Money Laundering

Since 2020 and the start of an anti-money laundering project, Serbia has improved measures in this area and moved closer to agreed EU standards,...

International Women’s Club Of Belgrade Held Its First Event In 2022

The International Women’s Club of Belgrade held its first coffee morning event of the year 2022 on February 3rd hosted graciously by the Marriott...

Realisation Of Project “EU For Green Agenda In Serbia” Begins

Prime Minister Ana Brnabić and the European Union (EU) Ambassador to the Republic of Serbia Emanuele Giaufret presented today a new initiative worth 8...

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. Annika Ben David, Swedish Ambassador to Serbia

Born 30th April, 1967, in Uppsala, Sweden, Annika Ben David earned a master’s degree in Political Science in 1992 and graduated from the Diplôme...

H.E. Annika Ben David, Ambassador Designate Of Sweden To Serbia

Great Room For Progress

As friends of Serbia, we want to cooperate with and support Serbia in meeting the conditions for its EU integration. I believe in particular...

Ericsson Establishes A New Digital Services Service Delivery Hub In Serbia

Ericsson announced today the establishment of a new Digital Services Service Delivery (DSSD) hub in Belgrade, accelerating 5G momentum in Serbia. This newly-unveiled hub...

H.E. Jan Lundin, Ambassador of Sweden to Serbia

Safeguard Achievements To Date

There are many challenges for Serbia to speed up its EU integration, given that standards are high and it's more difficult to enter the...