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H.E. Mr. Marco Antonio GARCÍA BLANCO Ambassador Extraordinary...

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Mexican conglomerate Alfa Expects Sales of $17 Billion

Mexican conglomerate Alfa announced that it expects...

Contemporary Art: Mexico

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MIKTA: Cooperation And Development

Mexico is convinced of the irreplaceable value of diplomacy, with its outstanding multilateral tradition and demonstrated capacity to engage in dialogue and build consensus. It is in this spirit that we participate in MIKTA – an informal consultation space that also includes Australia, Indonesia, the Republic of Korea and Turkey

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70 Million Euros Of Non-Refundable Donations To Serbia Signed

The agreement worth EUR 70 million was signed today by the Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia, Ambassador...

Day Of Serbian Diplomacy Marked

On the Day of Diplomacy, Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić presented tennis player Novak Djoković with an award...

Austria Donates Funds To Serbia To Fight COVID-19

Austrian Federal Minister for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs Alexander Schallenberg and EU and Constitution Minister Karoline Edtstadler attended...

Air Serbia To Increase The Number Of Flights In June

The national airline of Serbia, Air Serbia, due to increased demand, will increase the number of flights on certain...

Audience-attended Outdoor Sporting Events To Start On 1 June

The crisis response team for fighting COVID-19 made new decisions today in accordance with the current epidemiological situation in...

Volkswagen will temporarily close its factories in Mexico’s Puebla and Guanajuato states in a bid to preserve public health, amid growing worries over the spread of the coronavirus. The shutdowns will took effect end of last month and extend through April 12, VW’s Mexican unit said in a statement on Friday.

VW also pointed to slowing demand and the risk of shortages of parts as factors in the decision to suspend production in the factories. Audi announced that its Q5 crossover plant in Mexico would suspend production due to a lack of parts caused by the global coronavirus outbreak. The automaker plans to resume output on April 1.

BMW said that it would extend an already-scheduled Easter stoppage at its factory in San Luis Potosi state and will now extend at least through April 19. The automakers’ decisions follow other measures taken broadly by companies in Mexico, including an emphasis on working from home if possible as well as restrictions on travel and in-person group meetings.

Day Of Serbian Diplomacy Marked

On the Day of Diplomacy, Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić presented tennis player Novak Djoković with an award for exceptional personal engagement and...

Austria Donates Funds To Serbia To Fight COVID-19

Austrian Federal Minister for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs Alexander Schallenberg and EU and Constitution Minister Karoline Edtstadler attended the handover of aid from...

Air Serbia To Increase The Number Of Flights In June

The national airline of Serbia, Air Serbia, due to increased demand, will increase the number of flights on certain routes to which it is...

Audience-attended Outdoor Sporting Events To Start On 1 June

The crisis response team for fighting COVID-19 made new decisions today in accordance with the current epidemiological situation in Serbia From 1 June, all citizens...

Slovakia Supports Serbia’s Fight Against COVID-19

The newly appointed ambassador of the Slovak Republic in Belgrade, Fedor Rosocha, handed over a check in the amount of 10,000 euros to the...