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Interviews

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 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...

Broad & Open Dialogue

“The most effective way to accompany Serbia on its way to the EU is through cultural exchange at eye level – no amount of financial support can replace that” says Austrian Cultural Forum Director Adrien Feix

Neolithic Way Of Life

An Austrian-Serbian archaeological team has proven at a site near Lebane that the Balkans represents a key-zone for understanding the past of the European continent, especially of central Europe and modern-day Austria

Striding Towards Realising Our Vision

We have succeeded in changing the picture of infrastructure in the minds of citizens, who can today rest assured that Serbia can complete the largest and most complex projects. With such a foundation, we are this year embarking on a new investment cycle, which will help us move closer to our vision of Serbia becoming a transport hub in this part of Europe in all modes of transport

Serbia is the Master of Its European Future

We fully support Serbia in finding its rightful place among the European community of nations. The path toward achieving this goal is closely connected to political and economic reforms, including a compromise agreement with Kosovo, increased efficiency by the legal system, a serious fight against corruption, and protection for independent media

Strengthening Transatlantic Business Partnerships

AmCham Serbia’s bid to host the European Conference in October was extraordinary, and that is why we will all be at the Belgrade Hilton from October 16 to 19. It will be an opportunity to showcase Serbia and the Serbian chapter of AmCham to all members of our community

Together We Can Make Future Progress

The European conference in Belgrade, one of two traditional gatherings of AmCham Europe, represents a success for AmCham Serbia and a rare opportunity for our team to present its unique experience of Serbia to fellow colleagues from more than 40 European countries

Eager to Introduce American Companies to Serbia

Many U.S. corporate executives see Serbia as a country with great potential for future growth, where a visionary company can seize an advantage by being a “first-mover” in a promising market

Bridging Industry and The State

We continuously promote Serbia as a desirable investment destination for American companies and cooperate with the state in improving the business environment, thus contributing to local development

Trying to Bring Tangible Benefits to Serbia

Firm partnership and support for reforms define our relationship with the government of Serbia, the private sector, and civil society. Our aim is to help Serbia achieve its goal of EU membership

Opposition to Participate In Fair Elections

All democratic elections can only benefit from the experience of OSCE observers and their assessment can increase the legitimacy of an election process as a whole. It is common practice in all OSCE member countries to invite them, and Germany is no exception – Thomas Schieb

Deeper German-Serbian Cooperation to Mutual Satisfaction

It has been announced that several more major German investors will confirm their decisions to invest in Serbia by the end of this year. This provides reason to believe that the growing trend of cooperation between the two economies will continue and will deepen
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