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Belgrade Security Forum: The Drivers Of Resilience And Radicalization

Academic Panel 2: Resilience to Violent Extremism...

11th Belgrade Security Forum Opened

Deputy Head of the OSCE Mission to...

IWC October Gathering

The International Wome­n’s Club Belgrade he­ld its...

Belgrade Security Forum Is A Unique Venue For The Dialogue For The 11th Time

Future of the Western Balkans is in the EU with the US as a partner, is the main message...

Belgrade Security Forum: The Drivers Of Resilience And Radicalization

Academic Panel 2: Resilience to Violent Extremism in Southeast Europe Ms. Marija Ignjatijević, Researcher at the Belgrade Centre for Security...

11th Belgrade Security Forum Opened

Deputy Head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia Ms. Sarah Groen opened Academic event of the 11th Belgrade Security Forum. In...

Learning Together, Project To Support Inclusion Of Vulnerable Children

Serbia still has many children from vulnerable groups, especially children with disabilities and Roma children, that the national education...

Turkey To Declare 10 Ambassadors ‘Persona Non Grata’

The move means 10 ambassadors — including those of Germany and the United States — are now just one...

The conference participants included Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić, H.E. Finnish Ambassador in Belgrade Pertti Ikonen, Jasmina Vignjević (Nordic Business Alliance), Andreja Pavlović (Nordic Business Alliance), Ingeborg Øfsthus (Telenor), Vladislav Lalić (IKEA), Algirdas Krupavicius (Tikkurila) and Predag Radošević (Novo Nordisk).

According to data of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, the trade exchange with Nordic countries in 2015 amounted to €510.3 million, while for the first six months of 2016 it was €276.1 million, which shows a growing tendency.

“The experience of the Nordic countries and companies, which are global leaders in innovation, can significantly contribute to the business environment and stimulate competitiveness,” said Jasmina Vignjević, President of the Board of Governors of the Nordic Alliance.

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