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Iztok Jarc ambassador of Slovenia in Serbia

Statehood Day of Slovenia

The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia marked the 28th anniversary of the Statehood Day with a reception in Belgrade's Metropol Hotel. Ambassador of the...
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Statehood day of Slovenia marked

The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia marked the 28th anniversary of the Statehood Day with a reception in Belgrade's Metropol Hotel. Read more

Slovenian Business Club Assembly

This year's Assembly of the Slovenian Business Club was hosted at the In Hotel, also a member of the SPK club. At the beginning of...

Iztok Jarc, new ambassador of the Republic of Slovenia to Serbia

Iztok Jarc (55) graduated political science, international orientation from the University of Ljubljana. He started his career at the MFA's Department for Cooperation with the...

Slovenia Country Guest of the Balkan Cheese Festival 2019

9-10 March, Belgrade Youth Center

Borut Pahor, President of the Republic of Slovenia

Mutual Interests Stronger Than Differences

Slovenia and Serbia are committed to regulating all bilateral and multilateral issues of the countries of Southeast Europe. Our views on certain issues are different, but they are not so irreconcilable that they would hinder the development of excellent political and economic relations

Serbia and Slovenia to increase investments and new partnerships

More than 600 businesspeople from both countries gathered in Belgrade during the Serbia-Slovenia Business Forum, confirming there is a mutual interest in the expansion of...
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Serbia and Slovenia to increase investments and new partnerships

More than 600 businesspeople from both countries gathered in Belgrade during the Serbia-Slovenia Business Forum, confirming there is a mutual interest in the expansion of existing investments. Read more

Business Forum Serbia-Slovenia 2019

28th Jan. 2019, 12.00, Palace of Serbia

Slovenian Business Club Celebrates 15th anniversary

At the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Belgrade, Slovenian Business Club (SPK) ceremoniously marked its 15th anniversary of successful work and continuous and stable growth. On...

Serbia, Russia and Slovenia together for improved results

In the Serbian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (PKS), the Business Forum "Serbia-Russia-Slovenia" was held, bringing together representatives of about 50 companies from three...

Artificial Intelligence and its Impact on Leadership

The IEDC Annual International Presidents’ Forum is the event of the year that regularly attracts numerous top executives and governmental representatives from the region...

Slovenian Business Club Working Meeting

The Slovenian Business Club (SPK) hosted a working meeting hosting the Minister of Labor of the Republic of Slovenia Ksenija Klampfer and representatives of...

Slovenian Business Club’s annual Martinovanje event

This year, at the traditional event of the SPK Martinovanje 2018 - wine festival, the Slovenian Business Club in cooperation with the Slovenian Tourist...

27th Anniversary Of Slovenian National Day

The Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia marked the 27th anniversary of the National Day with an official reception at the Metropol Palace Hotel.
Zdravko Počivalšek, Slovenian Minister Of Economic Development And Technology

Zdravko Počivalšek

Promising Partnership

As Serbia is adjusting to the regulatory requirements of the European market with determination, and EU accession is becoming a reality, Slovenia makes an ideal economic partner, given historical facts, the closeness of the market and knowledge of the language

H.E. Vladimir Gasparič, Ambassador Of Slovenia To Serbia

Our Cooperation Is Constantly Improving

Political relations between Serbia and Slovenia are harmonious, while the rapid growth of the Slovenian economy and the healthy advancement of the Serbian economy have contributed to the “good vibrations” being transferred to increasing goods exchanges and investment

Marko Čadež, President of the Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Serbia

We’re Working & Progressing Together

For the first time since they formed part of a common country, Slovenia and Serbia last year exceeded the figure of a billion euros in their bilateral trade exchange, and at the beginning of 2018 Serbia is recording a surplus in this trade, with a large number of Slovenian exporters who invested here contributing to that, but also the agility of domestic companies that are increasingly improving their position on the Slovenian market
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