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Competitiveness boost for SMEs in Serbia

Around 130 small businesses to benefit from EU-EBRD support Companies to increase competitiveness on regional and EU markets 900 Serbian SMEs to date received support...

Conference “For a Cohesive Europe: Gender Equality and Women’s Rights”

Conference “For a Cohesive Europe: Gender Equality and Women’s Rights” was organised by the Romanian Presidency of the EU Council in collaboration with the...
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For a Cohesive Europe: Gender Equality and Women’s Rights

Conference “For a Cohesive Europe: Gender Equality and Women’s Rights” was organised by the Romanian Presidency of the EU Council in collaboration with the Embassy of Finland and the Embassy of Croatia. Read more

EU membership remains absolute foreign policy priority for Serbia

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić met today with Director General of the European Commission's Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement...

Focus: SERBIA & THE EU

Where Do We Stand In The EU Accession Process?

There is no doubt that Brexit, European Parliament elections, discussion of the Multi-annual Financial Framework 2021-2027 and the EU’s internal future are placing discussions of EU enlargement on the back burner, however, Serbia is also falling short when it comes to pushing sincerely for its EU future

Tibor Navracsics, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport

We Support Serbian Reforms

If Serbia wants to secure its transition to a knowledge-based economy and catch up with Europe, improving the productivity and well-being of its citizens, the country must invest, among other things, in education. Ensuring a systematic approach to teachers' education, as well as developing and maintaining the current positive trend of enrolment in early childhood education and care, represent steps in that direction

EU membership a priority of Serbia’s foreign policy

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić and Minister for European Integration Jadranka Joksimović met today in Belgrade with a...
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Conference Japan-EU Trade Relations

On 1st February 2019, the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement entered into force. On that occasion, on 28th February, a conference "Japan - EU trade relations: What can Serbia learn from this partnership?", organized by Embassy of Japan and International and Security Affairs Centre (ISAC), took place in Belgrade, gathering voices of academia, think tanks, business and official representatives from Japan, EU and Serbia. Read more

Japan-EU Trade Relations: What can Serbia learn from this Partnership

On 1st February 2019, the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement entered into force, covering a population of 635 million people, 30% of world GDP and...
Sem Fabrizi

2.5 million euros for science, innovation and transfer of technology in...

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, the Innovation Fund, the EU Delegation to Serbia and the World Bank marked today the completion...
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2.5 million euros for science, innovation and transfer of technology in...

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, the Innovation Fund, the EU Delegation to Serbia and the World Bank marked today the completion of the Project for Support to Research, Innovation and Transfer of Technology in Serbia, funded with €2.5 million from EU pre-accession funds (IPA) for 2013, and implemented in cooperation with the World Bank. Read more

Japan – EU trade relations: What can Serbia learn from this...

28 Feb., Serbia Radisson Collection Hotel

Improvement of food quality and safety in Serbia

Prime Minister Ana Brnabić announced today, after visiting the Directorate for National Reference Laboratories in Belgrade, that all milk producers will have to test...
Christian Danielsson

Christian Danielsson, Director General for Enlargement at the European Commission

Clear Perspective, But No Shortcuts

A legally binding agreement with Pristina will have to be negotiated, agreed and concluded several years ahead of accession. The EU will also want to see full implementation of this agreement before Serbia can join – Christian Danielsson

Miroslav Lajčák, Slovakian Foreign Minister

If We Differ, We Differ For Good

We see our EU membership as the completion of the political and economic success story of modern Slovakia, and there is no better alternative for us than a functioning, strong and successful European Union. But unity does not mean uniformity, and we freely express our views, whether it comes to migration or enlargement policies

Sem Fabrizi

New Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia
H.E. Jan Lundin

H.E. Jan Lundin, Ambassador of Sweden to Serbia

Sweden Supports Serbia Becoming an EU Member

There are many Swedish investors looking at Serbia, and I hope to convince some to make the actual investment decision
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David McAllister, European Parliament Rapporteur for Serbia:

Now Comes the Harder Part: Implementing EU Values

Along with Serbia’s progress in opening chapters – with 23 and 24 being the next in line – the question of successful implementation of the commitments accepted – in terms of negotiations with Kosovo, foreign policy alignment with the EU and putting adopted laws into practice, including those that secure media freedom – is becoming the key to successful EU integration.
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