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H.E. Carlo Lo Cascio, Italian Ambassador to Serbia
Serbia needs to adopt and implement good reforms to guarantee a better future for the entire country. We are here to support Serbia in its commitment on reforms, especially in the rule of law area, and to cooperate with Belgrade for a more stable and interconnected region. It’s a joint effort and, as always, it takes two to tango, but we are confident in the progress that has been made-Carlo Lo Cascio
Italian Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Carlo Lo Cascio and UNDP Resident Representative and UN Resident Coordinator in Serbia Ms Karla Robin Hershey signed two...
New Italian Ambassador To Serbia
Carlo Lo Cascio was born in Palermo in 1963, where he graduated in law in 1988. He entered the diplomatic career in 1990 and began his professional route to the foreign ministry at the Directorate-General for development cooperation.
In our now traditional survey, CorD ends each year by posing questions to ambassadors accredited in Serbia that relate to the year that is coming to an end and their expectations for the year ahead
The exhibition "Naked Masks – a Homage to Luigi Pirandello in Serbia" was opened at the Italian Cultural Institute in Belgrade in the presence...
The Embassy of Italy in Belgrade ceremoniously marked the 99th anniversary of the end of World War I, which Italy commemorates as the Day...
2.6.2017H.E. Giuseppe Manzo welcomed guests to the marking of the Festa della Repubblica, Italy’s National Day and Republic Day
5.4.2017Seminar Serbia-Italy: “Bridges of cultural heritage” opened at the Cinematheque Yugoslav Film Archive
13.12.2016Example of successful economic relations between Italy and Serbia
04.11.2016Commemoration ceremony for the 1,063 Italian soldiers who lost their lives in Serbia in WW1
09.06.2016The Italian embassy in Belgrade has hosted the “EU Open Doors Day” in which the visitors – mainly students from several Serbian cities – were able to pose questions about the European Union
The Italian Embassy in Belgrade held an official reception to mark the National Holiday and the 70th birthday of the Republic of Italy
Crowne Plaza Hotel on 11th and 12th March
On the whole, 2015 has not been an easy year for the world. Against a global backdrop where signs of economic recovery are still too weak, the recent surge of brutal terrorism, and the tragedy of hundreds of thousands of refugees and migrants crossing continents, reminds us of the need for even stronger international cooperation to tackle these challenges
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