Saturday, February 16, 2019

Tag: Germany


Lasting Impressions 2017

There were plenty of events in 2017 to raise the eyebrows or cause the heart to skip a beat

Hemofarm Foundation Awards Scholarship Contracts

The Hemofarm Foundation has awarded scholarship contracts to the best students of the state faculties. In addition to financial assistance in the academic year 2017/2018,...

AHK Christmas Celebration

The German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK) organised its traditional Christmas celebration to mark the successful completion of another business year together with its member...

Perception Of The German Economy In Serbia

According to research conducted by the German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (AHK) on the topic “perceptions of the German economy and investments by citizens of...

Serbian Visions 2017

Radisson Blu Old Mill Hotel on 25th and 26th November (10-20.00)

NELT And Dachser Present New Service

In cooperation with the German company Dachser, a global leader in food logistics, NELT provides weekly delivery of food products from all over Europe...

The Patient Must Not Suffer

The company Hemofarm has organised the first regional expert conference entitled “Modern therapeutic approach to a severely ill patients in hospital conditions”, gathering 250...


Can France And Germany Come Together?

The crisis in Catalonia and the resilience of European populists have made a well-functioning Franco-German partnership more important than ever. But if the European project is going to have any chance of surviving, the gap between German prudence and French audacity will have to be bridged.

Darko Babić, General Manager DHL: Logistics CompanyFor The World

Our customers need efficiency and cost control, incorporated with excellent quality of service

Vladica Stanković, Director At GRUNER SERBIAN D.O.O. (Ltd.), Vlasotince:

German Ingenuity And Domestic Dedication

“Our employees are our greatest value, and Gruner in Serbia would not be this successful without their energy and commitment,” says Vladica Stanković, director at GRUNER SERBIAN D.O.O., Vlasotince, speaking to CorD.

62nd International Book Fair

The 62nd International Book Fair, celebrating the achievements of the written word, opened in Belgrade under the slogan “The Key is in books” on...

2nd AHK Oktoberfest

The German-Serbian Chamber of Commerce-AHK celebrated the annual Oktoberfest in Belgrade, together with its members, business partners and representatives of the Serbian economy.

Messer Tehnogas Celebrates 20 Years of Successful Operations

12.10.2017Company Messer Tehnogas has celebrated the significant anniversary of 20 years of successfully doing business in Serbia. The jubilee was commemorated with a celebration attended by nearly 1,000 guests from all over Serbia and across the world – customers and business partners – and included traditional Bavarian cuisine and the sounds of the trumpet players from the Dejan Petrović Big Band

6th GoetheFEST Opens

The GeotheFEST festival of contemporary German film opened this year, under the slogan “Reality in Fiction”, with a screening of the film “Western” at...

The Day Of German Unity Marked

The Belgrade ambassadorial residence of H.E. Axel Dittmann hosted an event to ceremoniously commemorate the Day of German Unity

Karl-Markus Gauß ToOpen 62nd Book Fair

The guest of honour countries at this year’s International Belgrade Book Fair are German-speaking countries and literature in German, and joint appearances of the programme Four Countries One Language will be presented by Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein

H.E. Axel Dittmann, German Ambassador To Serbia

EU Won’t Import Unresolved Conflicts

Comprehensive normalisation (between Serbia and Kosovo) implies that both sides will not undertake actions which might stop or seriously hinder the development of the other. For the development of Kosovo and the region it will be important for it to gradually join international organisations – Axel Dittmann

Carl Bildt, Project Syndicate:

Redefining Europe And Europeans

For Europe to find its place in a rapidly changing world, its citizens will have to look beyond the nation-state as their sole source of personal identity. There are few “first nations” left in the world today – and that is a welcome development