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Michael Davenport

H.E. Michael Davenport, Former Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia

Ambassador Michael Davenport, Head Of The European Union Delegation To Serbia

Ambassador Michael Davenport, Head Of The European Union Delegation To Serbia

Making Serbia Better For Business

2017 promises to be a busy year for Serbia on its path towards the European Union. The EU has opened six chapters in the negotiations on accession, including some of the most important, notably those dealing with the rule of law

10th Anniversary Of EU Membership For Bulgaria And Romania

Reception marked the launch of a series of joint events and debates that will be organised throughout Serbia during the course of 2017
EUropean Commission

European Commission: Additional €7.3 Million in Assistance to Serbia for Migrants

Two new agreements with the Serbian government and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) will contribute significantly to resolving the current migrant situation
EU is Serbia's Top Partner On Reforms, Jobs And Modernisation

EU is Serbia’s Top Partner On Reforms, Jobs And Modernisation

Additional €166.4 million for Serbia to facilitate accession to the EU
€60 Million to Benefit 3,000 SMEs in Serbia

€60 Million to Benefit 3,000 SMEs in Serbia

First agreement in Serbia under the COSME programme
Michael Davenport Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia

Ambassador Michael Davenport, Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia

Next Five Years Crucial For Reforms

The European Commission has recommended opening a further chapter – on bringing Serbian public procurement into line with EU standards, a crucial step in tackling corruption. Beyond that, Serbia is working on its negotiating position for a number of other chapters, so I am confident that we will see further movement in the next few months.
Davenport: EU committed to Serbia’s accession

Davenport: EU committed to Serbia’s accession

European Commission’s Report on Serbia
Additional €6mln to Address Migration Challenges

Additional €6mln to Address Migration Challenges

The European Union will provide an additional €6 million in humanitarian aid to assist Serbia in addressing migration challenges. The allocation of these funds...

Serbian Economic Summit

The 16th Economic Summit of the Republic of Serbia, under the title “Road Map to the EU – Rebooting the Economy”, focused on the policy issues and actions that will be taken by the Government of Serbia, following Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić’s announcement that the key priority of the new Serbian Government will be expediting the country’s accession to the EU and Serbia continuing along its path to EU membership.
EU Open Doors Day at the Embassy of Italy

EU Open Doors Day at The Embassy of Italy

The Italian embassy in Belgrade has hosted the “EU Open Doors Day” in which the visitors – mainly students from several Serbian cities –...

8th Annual “Our Belgrade” volunteer event

14.05.2016 - The 8th annual “Our Belgrade”
AHK Members Dinner Seeliger Davenport

AHK Members Dinner

The newly established German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce held the very first Members Dinner with the German Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Axel Dittmann and around...
Europe Day 2016

Europe Day Formally Celebrated

Europe Day was formally celebrated in Belgrade City Hall, in the presence of numerous guests
Europe Day Marked With Exhibition "Applied Nostalgia”

Europe Day Marked With Exhibition “Applied Nostalgia”

On the occasion of the May 9th, Europe Day, Minister for European Integration Jadranka Joksimović opened a photo exhibition entitled "Applied Nostalgia" in the...
AmCham working lunch

AmCham Working Lunch

There is strong support for the enlargement policy among all member states in the European Union, and that also goes for Serbia’s membership –...
EBRD to Continue Supporting Serbian Companies

EBRD to Continue Supporting Serbian Companies

EBRD supported 240 Serbian companies with €3.5 million
Strategic Projects in Serbia Require EU Support

Strategic Projects in Serbia Require EU Support

Serbian Government has identified 18 relevant strategic projects with estimated implementation cost of €1.9 billion, out of which Serbia has allocated €166.2 million, said Minister without portfolio in charge of European integration Jadranka Joksimovic.
Kopaonik Business Forum 2016

Migrant Crisis is Merely a Symptom

The causes of migrant crisis are outside the EU and the crisis should be seen as a mere symptom of a larger-scale problem, arising...
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