Friday, January 18, 2019

Tag: Germany

German Contemporary Art Exhibition

25 Jan.-25 March 2019, Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade

Ambassador Schieb announces the exhibition of German contemporary art

On the occasion of the upcoming opening of the German contemporary art exhibition "On the Road - World of Art - Art from Germany" at...

AHK Christmas Party 2018

Representatives of the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK), friends and associates gathered in an informal atmosphere to mark the end of this business year...

1.8 Billion Euros In 18 Years Of German-Serbian Development Cooperation

The premiere of the “Turning 18” theatre play and the “Actions Matter” exhibition in the City Hall of Belgrade ceremonially marked 18 years of...

German Unity Day Celebrated

Ambassador of Germany to Serbia H.E. Thomas Schieb hosted a celebratory reception marking the Day of German Unity. "I am convinced that the future of Serbia...

3rd AHK Oktoberfest held in Belgrade

The German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK Serbia) organised the 3rd AHK Oktoberfest in Belgrade. During the two days celebration, 4 and 5 October 2018,...
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German Unity Day

Ambassador of Germany to Serbia H.E. Thomas Schieb hosted a celebratory reception marking the Day of German Unity. Read more

AHK Oktoberfest 2018

4-5 Oct. 2018
David Lahl, Project Leader, Public Finance Reform

David Lahl, Project Leader, Public Finance Reform

Sound Finances Key To SDG Implementation

The objective of the German Development Cooperation is to support the Serbian government in its efforts to improve good financial governance in the context of the 2030 Agenda. Adequate capacities to plan and execute budgets, as well as transparency, accountability and participation in budget processes, are crucial to the efficient implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals
Dr Ronald Seeliger, President of AHK Serbia, CEO of Hemofarm

Dr Ronald Seeliger, President of AHK Serbia, CEO of Hemofarm

Profound Reforms Cannot Be Swift But Well Considered

Serbia is in the process of overall transformation, and this kind of total makeover takes time, requires expertise and seeks patience. It is of great importance for Serbia to become a member of the European Union, and in order to achieve this it has to continue conducting structural reforms and changing certain patterns of doing business and behaviour thoroughly and in the long run

H.E. Thomas Schieb, German Ambassador to Serbia

Scepticism Regarding Border Changes

Serbia's EU accession cannot happen until relations with Kosovo have been clarified. The sooner both sides - with the support of the EU - agree on a normalisation agreement, the better. Germany is very sceptical of changing borders along ethnic lines - Thomas Schieb
Martin Knapp, Executive Member Of The AHK Serbien

Martin Knapp, Executive Member Of The AHK Serbien Board Of Directors

Re-industrialisation Key to Growth and Well-being

For Serbia, re-industrialisation is the only chance to catch up with the Central European economies and in order to do that huge investments in modern technologies are needed. It isn't important whether these investments are made by foreigners or local companies, the main thing is that something happens in that direction

The Western Balkans in 2030 Conference

26-27 Sep 2018
Germany to spend billions to stop China buying up vital tech firms

Germany to spend billions to stop China buying up vital tech...

Senior German officials are working on changes to foreign trade regulations to ensure that key technologies remain in German hands. These would include government...
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German Ambassador Hosts LGBT Pride Reception

The Embassy of Germany in Belgrade celebrated LGBT Belgrade Pride parade with a reception hosted by the Ambassador H.E. Thomas Schieb at his residence.  Read more

Ambassador Schieb Hosts LGBT Pride Reception

The Embassy of Germany in Belgrade celebrated LGBT Belgrade Pride parade with a reception hosted by the Ambassador H.E. Thomas Schieb at his residence. The...

New German ambassador to Serbia

H.E. Thomas Schieb

Thomas Schieb earned his Masters’ degree in macroeconomics at the University of Göttingen, Germany, and then gained a diploma from the Diplomatic Academy in...

H.E. Axel Dittmann Ambassador of Germany to Serbia:

Time For Comprehensive Agreement

Serbia has agreed, though the Brussels Agreement, to work on a solution for Kosovo, i.e. the full normalisation of relations in the form of a legally-binding agreement. In our view, this should cover all aspects of interaction, also within international organisations including the UN. We believe that the time has now come to try to reach such a comprehensive agreement - Axel Dittmann
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