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Comment by Zoran Panović

Scholzing

Macedonia was one of the six republics of Tito’s Federal Socialist Yugoslavia. Even back then, Todor Zhivkov’s Bulgaria...

Dimitar Kovachevski, Prime Minister Of North Macedonia

Europeanisation Of The Western Balkans

The Open Balkan is our autochthonous, organic initiative created by our institutions and seriously supported by all citizens...

H.E. Tomáš Kuchta, Czech Ambassador To Serbia

Rethink, Rebuild, Repower

The Czech EU Presidency will be ready to facilitate the Council of the EU’s discussion on the prospects...

Sanctions Against Russia & Their Economic Repercussions

We Have Enough Worries Without Poor Decisions

Prior to making a political decision on whether or not to impose sanctions against Russia, the new Government...

Aleksandar Vlahović, President Of The Association Of Serbian Economists

A Road To Avoid

Possible explicit or tacit punishment of Serbia by the EU, in response to what the EU deems to...

Jurij Bajec Ph.D., Special Advisor At The Economics Institute And Full Professor At The University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

Open Balkan Is A Good Initiative

During times of great uncertainty and deeply disrupted international economic and political relations, Serbia should seek additional forms...

Milojko Arsić Ph.D., Professor At The University Of Belgrade Faculty Of Economics

There Will Always Be Bread, But Not Smarts

Even during the times of the harshest sanctions imposed during the 1990s, enough food products were still available...

Milan Nedeljković, Dean And An Associate Professor At FEFA, Belgrade

Risks Aren’t A Good Friend To Investment

Political risk and uncertainty aren’t good friends to a stimulating investment environment. As such, any rise in the...

Milija Zeković, SBB CEO

Technological Innovations Are In Our DNA

We want to enter the mobile telecommunications market and offer our users 4P services, i.e., a combination of...

Maria Boldor, Principal At Horváth

Key Challenges & Opportunities

The report “Finance at the Crossroads of Coronavirus, Digitalisation and Sustainability” presents key challenges and opportunities for the...

Nataša Bezmarević, Branch Manager Serbia, DB Engineering & Consulting GmbH

Focus On Electrifying Train Lines

Deutsche Bahn has been providing engineering, consulting and train operation services, as well as digital systems, for many...

Porto Montenegro

A Life Less Ordinary

Founded some 15 years ago by a consortium of visionary developers, Porto Montenegro is set in the spectacularly...

Ivan Crnojević, CEO, ELMED d.o.o.

ELMED – We can do more

The future belongs to modern, innovative companies that carefully plan and strategically manage their business. For this reason,...

Roya Mahboob, CEO Of The Afghan Citadel Software Company

Afghan Woman Who Became A Chief Executive At 23

The tech entrepreneur now lives in New York but continues to help young Afghan women build digital literacy The...

Jelena Bojović, Director Of The Centre For The Fourth Industrial Revolution; NALED Programme Development Strategist

You’re A Lawyer? No, I’m A Molecular Biologist

When I enrolled at the Faculty of Biology in 1995, in the Molecular Biology and Physiology course, my...

Architecture

The Railway Station Renaissance Trends

Train stations are uniquely romantic places. Perhaps it’s all those tearful goodbyes and joyous reunions, each one subtly...

Maxim Vengerov, Violinist, Violist And Conductor

Wizard On The Rostrum

One of the most sought-after contemporary solo artists and conductors, an artist of prolific talent, his career has...

Fashion

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News

Serbia Commits €5.4 Billion to Renewable Energy by 2030

Serbia's state-owned power company, Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS), has announced an ambitious plan to invest €5.4 billion in renewable energy...

Serbia and Angola Cement Cultural Bonds with New Cooperation Programme

Serbia and Angola have inked a Cultural Cooperation Programme set to span from 2024 to 2026, as announced by...

Serbia’s Zlatibor and Croatia’s Labin Unite in Tourism Pact

In a step to strengthen international ties within the tourism industry, Zlatibor from Serbia and Labin from Croatia have...

Serbia’s Agrarian Giants: The Landowners Reshaping the Countryside

A recent survey has revealed Industrija mesa "Matijević" as the leading landholder in Serbia, highlighting significant shifts in the...

Serbian Firms Clinch Deals Worth Over €8 Million at World’s Premier Organic Food Fair

At the Biofach International Organic Food Fair in Nuremberg, Serbian companies have secured contracts valued at more than €8...