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Finland Can Assist Serbia In This Green Transition

Along with other Nordic embassies in Serbia and the Nordic Business Alliance, but also the Nordic Council of Ministers, Finland is sharing its vast...

Every Vaccine Counts

Some 75% of Finns have said that they are ready to take the vaccine, and that percentage has been growing constantly, as people have...

Embassy Of The Republic Of Finland

Kimmo LÄHDEVIRTA Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Address: Birčaninova 29, Belgrade Tel: +381 11 3065 400 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.finska.co.rs Social:

Emergency Powers Act Taken Into Use In Finland For The First Time

The first coronavirus case in Finland was discovered in January, but the patient was quickly isolated and recovered well. Kimo Lahdevirt ambasador Finske The next batches...

Nordic Ambassadors: Letter of gratitude to Serbia

Ambassadors of Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway in Serbia sent First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic a letter of...

Supporting Nordic Values In the Balkans

The Western Balkan countries are small in terms of the size of their populations, as are the Nordic countries, and playing together makes all...
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Independence Day of Finland 2019

On the occasion of 102nd anniversary of the Finnish independence, Ambassador Kimmo Lähdevirta and Mrs Pia Kaikonen hosted a reception at the residence. ...

Independence Day of Finland

On the occasion of 102nd anniversary of the Finnish independence, Ambassador Kimmo Lähdevirta and Mrs Pia Kaikonen hosted a reception at the residence. Ambassador of...
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BELGRADE HELSINKI 90 Years of Diplomatic Relations

Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Serbia and Finland, Ivica Dacic and Pekka Haavisto, open an exhibition at the Archives of Yugoslavia commemorating 90 years...

Exhibition “BELGRADE – HELSINKI, 90 Years of Diplomatic Relations”

Foreign ministers Ivica Dacic and Pekka Haavisto mark 90 years of diplomatic relations between Serbia and Finland The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Serbia and...

Street in Belgrade named after the world-renowned Finnish composer Jean Sibelius

On the initiative of the Finnish Embassy, there's is now a street in Belgrade named after a Finnish person! The street Ulica Žana Sibelijusa...

Serbia, Finland strengthening political dialogue & economic cooperation

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic met with newly-appointed Ambassador of the Republic of Finland to Serbia H.E. Kimmo Lahdevirta related to the furthering of the...

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Beijing Olympics: What Could A Diplomatic Boycott Achieve?

Calls for a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Olympics over China's human rights abuses are growing louder. What can...

Protesters Blocking Roads Due To New Laws On Property Expropriation And Referendum

Protests over the law on property expropriation and referendum were organized in Belgrade and Novi Sad over the weekend,...

Serbia To Open Embassy In Bahrain And Consulates In Zimbabwe And North Macedonia

The Government of Serbia will open an embassy of Serbia in the Kingdom of Bahrain, as well as a...

Protests Against Covid Rules And Lockdowns Erupt Across Europe

Protests against fresh Covid-19 restrictions have rocked Europe over the weekend, with demonstrations breaking out in places such as...

Bulgaria’s Rumen Radev Wins Presidential Re-Election: Exit Polls

Exit polls in Bulgaria suggest that incumbent Rumen Radev has won the country’s presidential runoff. Partial official result on Sunday...