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Martina Larkin, Head of Europe and Eurasia, World Economic Forum

Martina Larkin, Head of Europe and Eurasia, World Economic Forum

Yes, The Western Balkans Can Leapfrog The Digital Divide

With an agenda focused on producing firm commitments towards common goals, there is considerable expectation that, by the next time the Western Balkan leaders meet in Davos in 2019, they will already take some important steps towards forging a new regional strategy for transformation that's in line with the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Alexander Chepurin, Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Serbia

H.E. Alexander Chepurin, Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Serbia

Solution for Kosovo and Resolution 1244 Inseparable

Russia will support the decision that Serbia considers acceptable for itself. If Belgrade is satisfied with the delineation with Kosovo’s Albanians, I see no reason for objections from Moscow. The decision should be taken without blackmailing Belgrade, on the basis of and with respect for Resolution 1244, which fixes the territorial allegiance of Kosovo to Serbia – Alexander Chepurin
Regina De Dominicis, Unicef Representative In Serbia

Regina De Dominicis, Unicef Representative in Serbia

Children at Risk of Poverty, Young Unemployed

Statistics show that 9.5% of children in Serbia live in absolute poverty, while 30% of children under five don’t have three children’s books at home. Young people are experiencing challenges in health, education, employment and protection, so we will work on strengthening meaningful learning outcomes, improving access to life and digital skills, employability and active citizenship – Regina De Dominicis
Tobias Flessenkemper, Head of the CoE Office in Belgrade

Tobias Flessenkemper, Head of the CoE Office in Belgrade

Concern Over Harassment and Intimidation of Journalists

The Council of Europe's Commissioner for Human Rights previously noted numerous concerns regarding the deteriorating situation for the work of journalists and the media. According to Tobias Flessenkemper, “Politicians are urged to unequivocally condemn all cases of violence targeting journalists who play such a crucial watchdog role in society”
Focus Healthcare, Money For Nothing

Focus: HEALTHCARE

Money For Nothing?

The number of Serbian citizens who rate their personal health as being bad or very bad is twice the average of EU member states. Simultaneously, indicators that could monitor the quality of health, comparable to European and global criteria, are often non-existent or are monitored in Serbia in a way that is incomparable with those parameters
Vesna Brzev-Ćurčić, Training Psychoanalyst and Supervisor Medical Psychology Specialist,

Vesna Brzev-Ćurčić, Training Psychoanalyst and Supervisor Medical Psychology Specialist

Growing Up in Serbia

Young people are becoming consumers, resulting in less creativity and active participation in life unless it's creativity in solving video games and posts on social networks
Che Gevara Mural in San Telmo

Buenos Aires' Street Art

Because Painting Is Beautiful

Argentine culture is as captivating and unique as it is diverse and varied. Influenced by colonial Europe, with strong Spanish and Italian undertones, this hot fusion can be found in different areas, from film, music and dance, to architecture, art and even sport.
Boris Miljković, Creative director of Serbian National Television Company RTS

Boris Miljković, Creative director of Serbian National Television (RTS)

No Room to Create the New

Boris Bota Miljković's artistic video works have been exhibited at New York's MoMA and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Houston
Mihailo Janković, CEO of Nectar

Mihailo Janković, CEO of Nectar

20 Years of Nectar: Two Decades Of Family Success

From a small family business established in 1998 to a regional leader in the production of fruit juices in 2018, NECTAR has undergone a 20-year journey and marks its jubilee with impressive results: more than a billion euros of gross value added in Serbia since its establishment, 5,500 jobs in its value system and a large number of brands - all under the slogan “It does matter”
10th Anniversary of PRIMA International School

10th Anniversary of PRIMA International School

Each one, Teach one

PRIMA International School of Belgrade has been offering for the past ten years the best of a British and international education in a nurturing setting that is safe and stimulating for all families seeking the highest quality education for their children.
Marijana Vasilescu, CEO, Sberbank Srbija

Marijana Vasilescu, CEO, Sberbank Srbija a.d. (JSC)

Market Demands Continuous Advancement

“Sberbank is among the youngest banks on the Serbian market and we have a huge obligation to contribute, through constant innovations and improvements, to the stability and strengthening of Sberbank in this part of Europe”
Bane Spasović, Mayor of Požarevac

Bane Spasović, Mayor of Požarevac

City of Great Potential

I'm sure that we'll attract “major players” again, with the strengthening of infrastructure, and that process is underway.
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