Former Ambassador of Germany to Serbia
Tag: H.E. Axel Dittmann
Two-day conference, organised by the Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence and Forum Serbia Germany
12.12.2016H.E. Axel Dittmann and HRH Crown Princess Katherine hosted New Year event for children from Belgrade orphanage
01.12.2016The exhibition opens at the National Library of Serbia
11.11.2016Marking of the Armistice Day
17.10.2016The 16th Economic Summit of the Republic of Serbia, under the title “Road Map to the EU – Rebooting the Economy”, focused on the policy issues and actions that will be taken by the Government of Serbia, following Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić’s announcement that the key priority of the new Serbian Government will be expediting the country’s accession to the EU and Serbia continuing along its path to EU membership.
03.10.2016An official reception at the Belgrade residence of German Ambassador H.E. Axel Dittmann marked the Day of German Unity
H.E. Axel Dittmann, Ambassador Of The Federal Republic Of Germany:
The normalisation process needs to end with a legally binding agreement on the comprehensive normalisation of relations. This is part of the negotiation framework. This document is available online and anybody who is interested can have a look at the relevant passages - Axel Dittmann
German-Serbian Bilateral Relationship:
A key element of German and European policy towards Serbia is providing support for political and economic reform. The aims are to further advance the process of democratic change and promote the rule of law in Serbia as well as making progress in the country’s European Union (EU) accession process
Belgrade Dialogues are organized by the Forum Serbia Germany in cooperation with the Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence, as part of the German-Serbian initiative for sustainable growth and employment
German Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Axel Dittmann visited the Šabac plant of the Hemofarm pharmaceuticals company
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).
The causes of migrant crisis are outside the EU and the crisis should be seen as a mere symptom of a larger-scale problem, arising from the situation in the Middle East, said Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Michael Davenport.
“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 13th Belgrade Dance Festival, which is being held under the slogan “Happiness is Danced”, will take place from 19th March to 10th April in Belgrade and Novi Sad.
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.