25.05.2016H.E. German Ambassador Axel Dittmann awarded scholarships to 30 students of the Zoran Đinđić Foundation and the DAAD (German organization for exchange students).
New Regional Director of Lufthansa Group in Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro and Slovenia
Bernhard Wodl (age 39) has been appointed Director of Lufthansa Group in Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Montenegro and Slovenia.
The Conference “Siemens - Partner for sustainable transition to 4.0 Industry” was held with the aim of pointing out the key challenges of the “Fourth industrial revolution" and the ways in which the process of digitisation affects business in the modern world
Sustainable Business in the Existing Business Environment and Measures for Greater Efficiency
Thanks to its commitment to sustainable development, the Henkel Company has achieved excellent results and maintained its leadership position successfully for many years. “To Achieve More with Less” is the idea at the core of Henkel’s sustainability strategy, which the company uses as a guideline for all its business processes and activities.
Head of the Delegation of German Economy to Serbia Martin Knapp said Wednesday that Germany was becoming increasingly interested in the Serbian economy.
“Germany is doing everything to help Serbia open Chapters 23 and 24 in accession negotiations with the EU in the first half of 2016,” said H.E Axel Dittmann, German Ambassador to Serbia, talking on the Kopaonik Forum
The German School of Belgrade
As Serbia is advancing decisively towards the European Union, the German School may act as one more bridge towards that goal by attracting families from EU countries to come to Serbia and by preparing Serbian children for the opportunities offered by the EU.
15.01.2016 After months of renovation, the Goethe-Institut in Belgrade has reopened to the public. Serbian Minister of Culture and Information, Ivan Tasovac, German Ambassador to Serbia, H.E. Axel Dittmann, Bruno Gross, member of the management board of the Goethe-Institut, and Matthias Müller-Wieferig,
One of the most successful on the local market for more than a century for Siemens
2015 has posed many challenges for Europe and the world. Just a few weeks ago, the atrocious terrorist attacks in Paris reminded us of how quickly our life of freedom can be endangered. However, it was again Paris that showed us only a few days ago – with the adoption of the Climate agreement – that we can address global challenges if we act in unity.
Plenty of Room to Improve Cooperation
Reliable Partner of Serbia Towards EU Membership