The Kingdom of Norway Embassy
Unity and economic success, a model for the Western Balkans
H.E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad, Ambassador of Norway
Serbia is dependent on the EU market and EU products – neither Russia, China nor anyone else is in a position to offer a realistic alternative
Norwegian Film Week at the Yugoslav Cinematheque Film Archives
The cities of Pirot and Sombor, under the auspices of the Agreement on Cooperation to Preserve Traditional Rugmaking, together with the Etho Network NGO...
Studying and sport activities in a primary school in Novi Pazar will become more pleasant, following Norwegian support for the school reconstruction
Marked at the Kalemegdan Fortress Park
The exhibition "A Touch of Glass", which was jointly opened at Belgrade’s Museum of Applied Art by H.E. Finnish Ambassador Pertti Ikonen, H.E. Swedish Ambassador Jan Lundin, H.E. Norwegian Ambassador Arne Bjornstad and Mr Morten Hansen, Chargé d'affaires of the Royal Danish Embassy to Serbia, is a visiting exhibition of contemporary Nordic glasswork
13.6.2017Launching of an initiative to employ 1,000 women in rural areas to produce traditional handicrafts
H.E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad, Norwegian Ambassador To Serbia
Norway is supporting Serbian pupils in acquiring entrepreneurial skills, thereby contributing to economic development and reducing the number of pupils that drop out of school. Furthermore, through several projects it is helping to bring practical entrepreneurship skills to the Serbian youth through informal education
Magnificent Christmas tree, a symbol of friendship, stands tall in Tašmajdan over the festive season
H.E. Arne Sannes Bjornstad, Ambassador of Norway
Serbia and Norway have been nurturing friendly relations since before the First Balkan War in 1912, which continued during the Second World War, when Norwegians helped Serbian prisoners of war, and today's confirmation of good relations is the Charter of the Honorary Citizen of Belgrade, which will be presented to H.E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad this month
The Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade has for the first time organised a month of Norwegian culture in Serbia with the aim of enabling our fellow citizens to feel and taste different elements of Norwegian culture, from literature and music to film and cuisine.
A working meeting was attended by Prime Minister Vučić, Ingeborg Øfsthus, the CEO of Telenor Serbia, H. E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway in Belgrade and Rasim Ljajić, the Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications
The Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade is organising a month of Norwegian culture in Serbia for the first time, with the aim of enabling our citizens to feel and taste the different elements of Norwegian culture, from literature and music, to film and cuisine
Børge Brende, Norwegian Minister Of Foreign
We must meet the challenges posed by Russia with both deterrence and dialogue. Continued dialogue, predictability and transparency are in our own security interest. However, a constructive and extensive partnership will only be possible if Russia complies with international law, and international obligations and responsibilities - Børge Brende.
The conference “Nordic Innovative Business in Serbia”, co-organised by the Nordic Business Alliance and the Embassy of Finland, saw discussion of the ways in which it is possible to improve the investment climate in Serbia
The City assembly officially declared the honorary Belgrader on its September session
01.08.2016As a sign of gratitude for all the support after 2014 floods which hit Serbia, the Norwegian Ambassador in Serbia H.E Arne Sannes Bjornstad Norwegian Ambassador to Serbia has been nominated for the charter of the Honorary Citizen of Belgrade.
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