Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Tag: Refugees

Miroslav Lajčák, Slovakian Foreign Minister:

If We Differ, We Differ For Good

We see our EU membership as the completion of the political and economic success story of the modern Slovakia, and there is no better alternative for us than a functioning, strong and successful European Union. But unity does not mean uniformity, and we freely express our views, whether it comes to migration or enlargement policies

Johann Schneider-Ammann, President Of The Swiss Confederation:

Peace and Development – The Best Cure For Terrorism

Every European country, including Switzerland, realises just how fragile the values that we all share and cherish are, such as peace, democracy, freedom and stability. At the same time, we should not allow ourselves to fall into a state of anxiety, not only because fear is a bad advisor, but also because the terrorists’ goal is precisely to cause terror and weaken our confidence, says Johann Schneider-Ammann, President of the Swiss Confederation

Miro Cerar, Slovenian Prime Minister:

Our Relations Can Only Improve

Slovenia and Serbia are friendly countries that have a lot in common and are known to have varied and rich relations. I am confident that, after the next Serbian government is elected, we will further strengthen our economic cooperation to the benefit of our citizens

Prefabricated Houses For Refugee Families

49 beneficiary families in Serbia received contracts for pre-fabricated houses

Housing For Serb Refugees From The ’90s

Help provided through the Regional Housing Programme (RHP)

Additional €7.3 Million in Assistance to Serbia for Migrants

Two new agreements with the Serbian government and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) will contribute significantly to resolving the current migrant situation

H.E. Juichi Takahara, Ambassador Of Japan:

Cooperation Based On Strong Cultural Ties

Although Yazaki is only the third Japanese company to invest in Serbia, the two countries cooperate closely on the international scene when it comes to topics that are of common interest, in the fields of culture, scientific interchange and tourism. Given the reform processes in Serbia, both sides are looking forward to more vigorous trade exchanges and investment activity

Maja Lalić, Creative Director Of Mikser House:

Creative Heart Of Belgrade

There is no ordinary working day at Mikser House - rehearsal for a punk concert takes place at the same time as business meetings, and just a night after the premiere of Mikser’s own theatrical production, the space is being rearranged for some lecture or weekend festival. There are programmes here 365-days-a-year

‘New Home’ Exhibition Opens

19.12.2016Governor of the Council of Europe Development Bank Rolf Wenzel opened the exhibition

Refugees:

Germany Expects New Wave of Refugees

Germany expects up to 300,000 refugees this year. The projected figure is far less than the 2015 total, with the good economy and improved services expected to help the country absorb arrivals
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Radoš Đurović, Executive Director, Asylum Protection Center (APC):

Fear Of Migrants Raises Fences

The continued influx of refugees and migrants towards Europe, despite the closure of the Balkan route and agreement between Turkey and the EU on stopping migration, as well as mass, suicidal crossings of the Mediterranean from the coast of Libya towards Italy, are a serious concern for the countries representing their ultimate goal or those located along their route to reaching that goal

USAID Provides $1.3mln to Help Serbia Respond to Migrant Crisis

USAID announced a new $1.3 million project to help Serbia respond to the continuing migrant crisis.
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H.E. Constantine Economides, Ambassador of Greece to Serbia:

True Friendship Despite Adversities

As a longstanding member of the EU, Greece consistently supports Serbia’s European perspective. Excellent bilateral relations are further supported through the strong presence of Greek companies and the longstanding friendship between our people. Some of the challenges that both countries are currently facing haven’t altered the bigger picture.
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Migrant Crisis:

Balkan States Agree Further Steps to Turn Away Migrants

Overwhelmed by a wave of refugees and what they call indecision in the EU, Austria and its southern neighbors along the Balkan migrant route agreed to tighter border controls at a meeting held in Vienna on February 24 and warned that sooner or later they will have to shut their doors entirely

TURKEY Challenging Times

Last year was an important year due to the significant developments with respect to the global political and economic arena
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