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Embassy Of The Republic Of Finland

Kimmo LÄHDEVIRTA Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Address: Birčaninova 29, Belgrade Tel: +381 11 3065 400 E-mail: sanomat.beo@formin.fi 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...

Education System – One of the Best in The World

Finland's education system is considered one of the best education systems in the world. It has been a top performer since the first Program...

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...

Finland backs Serbia’s EU path

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic spoke today with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Finland Pekka Haavisto about bilateral relations of the two countries. The interlocutors agreed...

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...

We Europeans are in the Same Boat

The Finnish Presidency will maintain a focus on the enlargement policy, which we consider a strategic investment in peace, stability and prosperity in Europe....

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...

Current Issues

Chairperson-In-Office Ann Linde Presents Sweden’s 2021 Priorities To Permanent Council

Over the coming year, the Swedish Chairpersonship will do its part to ensure that the OSCE can make a real difference on the ground...

Tokyo’s Covid Outbreak Adds To Doubts Over Hosting Olympic Games

A dramatic rise in coronavirus cases in Tokyo has reignited speculation about the Olympic Games, which are due to open in the city in just...

Environmental Protection – EU-Serbia Cooperation

The year behind us was certainly challenging in terms of health protection. Healthy environment was an essential aspect of these efforts, and in 2020,...

EU Commission Concludes Exploratory Talks With Valneva To Secure A New Potential Vaccine

European Commission concluded exploratory talks with the pharmaceutical company Valneva with a view to purchasing its potential vaccine against COVID-19. The envisaged contract with...

Preconditions For Beginning Of Mass Vaccination Provided

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic pointed out today that there will be enough vaccines available for all citizens who want to be vaccinated against coronavirus. During...

News

Serbia’s EMS Acquires 5% Of Shares Of Montenegrin Power Transmission System

Transmission system operator (TSO) Elektromreža Srbije acquired 5% of the shares of Montenegrin TSO Crnogorski Elektroprenosni Sistem (CGES) for...

Chairperson-In-Office Ann Linde Presents Sweden’s 2021 Priorities To Permanent Council

Over the coming year, the Swedish Chairpersonship will do its part to ensure that the OSCE can make a...

Tokyo’s Covid Outbreak Adds To Doubts Over Hosting Olympic Games

A dramatic rise in coronavirus cases in Tokyo has reignited speculation about the Olympic Games, which are due to open...

Germany’s Continental Plans To Open Car Electronics Factory In Serbia

German car parts manufacturer Continental plans to open in March a 140 million euro ($171 million) car electronics factory...

Environmental Protection – EU-Serbia Cooperation

The year behind us was certainly challenging in terms of health protection. Healthy environment was an essential aspect of...