The date of 28th May is one of the brightest and most unforgettable days in the history of Azerbaijani statehood. On 28th May 2018 we will mark the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the first parliamentary republic in the Muslim East – the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic
Western Balkan countries which genuinely want to belong to the EU, and share and defend its basic values and political objectives, are being offered ample opportunities for implementing such a policy. The statement by German Foreign Minister, Sigmar Gabriel, on a “Berlin Process reloaded” is only the latest example of the willingness of the EU and member states to continue extending a helping hand to those committed to the EU project – Leo D’Aes
Serbia and Croatia were until recent members of the same community, integral parts of a single country, while today they are the closest of neighbours, who have good cooperation in various fields because there are mutual willingness and scope for cooperation
This visit of president Macron comes 18 years after President Chirac was the first foreign Head of State to visit Serbia after the democratic transition of 5th October 2000. Preparing this visit has already contributed to strengthening political ties between our two countries on topics of mutual interest – Frederic Mondoloni
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
During a period when Italy and Serbia are celebrating 140 years of bilateral relations and 10 years since the signing of the Strategic Partnership Agreement, the two countries have many reasons to be proud of their friendship and to be both enthusiastic and ambitious in setting goals for the years ahead. One of them is the much-awaited completion of Serbia's EU integration, which Italy supports wholeheartedly
The visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe to Serbia after 31 years was truly epoch-making. As a result, young Japanese volunteers will soon arrive in Serbia, while some Japanese companies have started recognising the benefits of Serbia. Our embassy is willing to help these initiatives.
We will continue to support the Government of Montenegro during the reform process, as we strongly believe that we will achieve much more if the public and private sectors work together. Among the most important tasks in the coming period are combatting corruption, improving the consistency and efficiency of the judicial system and continuously fighting against the grey economy
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...
Although the establishment of the Chamber Investment Forum has shown itself to be a great move that's yielding tangible results in terms of increases level of trade and business cooperation, support from the governments of the region remains insufficient. We see one possible solution to this in the establishment of ministries for regional cooperation within each government, just as Nordic countries have regional cooperation ministers
Politicians and the media too often entertain the notion that the European Union is imposing reforms on Serbia. Nothing could be more mistaken: reforms are necessary for the sake of Serbia and its people. Beyond enabling sustainable prosperity, reforms aim at preventing Serbia from backsliding towards autocracy and nationalism – two plagues that the Serbian people suffered from too much in the recent past – Philippe Guex
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