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Interviews

Stop Imitating And Start Innovating

Serbia, which has a very strong tradition in science and technology and a population with a proven capacity to excel in advanced fields of...

High Expectations of Serbia

Every effort is necessary to ensure elections where parties feel they can participate on an equal footing and all voters can cast their vote...

Intensive Development of eGovernment Systems and Services

This year was marked by the continuation of intensive work on the development of information systems and e-administration services Thanks to the great support of...

We Have Room for Growth On New Foundations

Montenegro's potential lies, among other areas, in investing in renewable energy sources, constructing green buildings, developing sustainable organic agriculture, advancing energy efficiency and in...

Thorough Approach to Public Administration Reform

Although public administration reform is a complex issue, Montenegro has been recording significant progress in this area. The Ministry is also considering thoroughly how...

New Partnerships for Infrastructure Development

Montenegro needs innovative solutions in the area of infrastructure, as well as efficient and effective partnerships between the public sector and private companies. It...

We Have Reason to Be Satisfied

The banking system in Montenegro is stable, highly capitalised, liquid and profitable, while most key indicators, such as deposits, loans, balance sheets, bad loans...

The Government Listens to Our Recommendations

The Chamber of Commerce of Montenegro provides a strong professional contribution to improving the business environment for the development of all sectors of the...

Dialogue is the Only Way

When it comes to improving the political environment in Serbia, conditions for free and fair elections and a functioning parliamentary culture, the only way...

Improving Bilateral Relations is the Goal

As next-door neighbours, in the waiting room for entry into the chambers of Europe, we should resolve our open issues through constructive dialogue, mutual...

Serbia’s EU Agenda Influences CSR Policies

Consider the abandoning of the use of plastic bags in Serbia as an important example of how the engagements of large companies in the domain of corporate social responsibility in the country moved from being purely philanthropic to become socially aware. Yet much more can still be done to push both large companies and SMEs towards being active in CSR

The Region Should Not Despair

The latest (European Council) decision on North Macedonia and Albania reflects some concerns about the readiness of the EU itself to welcome new members...

80 Years Of “Unfaltering Friendship”

Brasilia and Belgrade defend values and principles that contribute to a safer, more peaceful world, such as the defence of multilateralism and promotion of the rule of law in international relations ~ Eduardo Botelho Barbosa

Moving to the Fast Track

The Community Treaty will open up the region for business opportunities, while also opening travel perspectives for citizens of the Western Balkans and the...

Dialogue is a Powerful Solution

Serbia is in many respects an anchor of stability in the Western Balkans. In this context, the normalisation of relations with Pristina is a...

Free & Fair Elections – A Core EU Principle

We sincerely hope that the upcoming elections will lead to a parliament that will reflect the diversity of political opinions and visions in this country and that will allow for a genuine cross-party debate – Nikolaus Lutterotti

We Rely on the Best Austrian Practises

Austria has a strong interest in the progress of the economies of the Western Balkans, including Serbia's, and supports the transformation of domestic industries...

Austrian Companies Are Committed To The Serbian Market

Belgrade is increasingly becoming a regional centre of the Western Balkans for many Austrian companies that are taking advantage of their Serbian partners' in-depth...
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