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15.5.2017-15.9.2017
Bazaar of Consumables (Budva)
15.6.2017-15.9.2017
Summer Fair (Budva)
17.8.2017-20.8.2017
CONFESSIONS TO ROSES (Olomouc)
17.8.2017-20.8.2017
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17.8.2017-20.8.2017
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17.08.2017

Continuation of successful cooperation with United Kingdom

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic and British Ambassador to Belgrade Denis Keefe assessed on Monday that the relations of the two countries are good, as well as that there is readiness and interest for further continuation of cooperation, especially in the field of economics.

complete article | author: nb-press

16.08.2017

Staff retraining for improvement of IT sector in Serbia

Prime Minister and Chairperson of the Council for Innovative Entrepreneurship and Information Technology Ana Brnabic said that the IT sector has great potential and can be a support of the economic growth and economic development of our country.

complete article | author: nb-press

14.08.2017

Government welcomes decision of Croatia

The government of the Republic of Serbia has welcomed the decision of the Croatian government to return the inspection fees for fruit and vegetables from €270 to €12 per plant species.

complete article | author: nb-press

10.08.2017

Strengthening dialogue, cooperation with United States in field of environmental protection

Minister of Environmental Protection Goran Trivan spoke yesterday at the State Department in Washington with Judith Garber, who serves as US Assistant Secretary of State at the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs.

complete article | author: nb-press

09.08.2017

Continuation of exceptionally good cooperation with Azerbaijan

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic and Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan to Serbia Eldar Hasanov assessed that the two countries have very good bilateral relations, which are at the level of strategic partnership.

complete article | author: nb-press

15.08.2017

All conditions for IPARD accreditation fulfilled

Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Branislav Nedimovic spoke with Deputy Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Oscar Benedict on the use of funds from IPARD funds.

complete article | author: nb-press

11.08.2017

IKEA opens first department store in Serbia

President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic attended the opening of the IKEA department store near Bubanj Potok, in which €70 million was invested and 416 employees were employed.

complete article | author: nb-press

10.08.2017

UNMIK's undisturbed action significant for Serbs to remain in Kosovo

First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic met with Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and UNMIK Chief Zahir Tanin as part of his regular visit to Belgrade ahead of the upcoming UN Security Council session dedicated to the work of UNMIK.

complete article | author: nb-press

08.08.2017

Croatia called on to abolish discriminatory measures

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic said yesterday in Sarajevo that no one wants a trade war, but that the countries of the region will be forced to contravene if the issue of an increase in Croatian tax is not settled until the next meeting to be held by the end of the week.

complete article | author: nb-press

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