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Ottawa: Ambassador Papazoglu – "Serbia and Canada as allies on the right side of history" PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 16 December 2018.
altAmbassador of Serbia in Canada Mihailo Papazoglu held a lecture on 16 December 2018 on the subject "One hundred years since the First World War, Serbia and Canada as allies on the right side of history", in the Serbian center in Ottawa.
Salzburg: Consul General Svetlana Stankovic elaborates on the benefits of investing in Serbia PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 07 December 2018.
altThe latest issue of the Echo business magazine brings an interview with Ms. Svetlana Stankovic, the Consul General of Serbia in Salzburg. An article headlined "Financial Times: Serbia is the global leader in green field investments" describes the economic potential of Serbia, pointing to the profitability of foreign investments.

Consul General Stankovic underlined that 953 Austrian companies had their businesses in Serbia, adding that the presence of global giants in the Serbian market, such as Siemens, Bosch, Fiat, Continental and many others, best illustrate the fact.

"Potential investors may count on numerous advantages when investing in Serbian economy. Macroeconomic stability, years-long low inflation rate, the highly educated and qualified labour force and the numerous tax and financial benefits guaranteed by the law feature as some of the most important ones", Consul General Stankovic said.

Ms. Stankovic explained in detail the state-granted tax incentives provided when starting business in Serbia and hiring a large number of employees, and she also highlighted the low electricity and postal service charges, especially in comparison to the neighbouring countries and Austria itself.

"Doing business with Serbia gives one access to a market numbering around 1.3 billion people across the world. This has been achieved by way of numerous agreements, including CEFTA, FTAs with Russia, Belarus, Turkey and Kazakhstan, and the opportunity of tariff-free exports to all countries of the EU, EFTA, Japan and Australia. All this has resulted in the fact that the overall worth of foreign investments in Serbia from 2007 to date is around EUR 24 billion", the Consul General stressed.

The Echo is the leading publication in the federal province of Salzburg addressing economic matters. The magazine regularly publishes the listing of 500 most successful enterprises from the territory of this province, which serves as a reference point not only to Austrian, but also to business partners from across the world.
Ogulin: Books delivered to children who attend classes in Serbian PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 December 2018.
altConsul General in Rijeka Goran Petrovic and Consul Vladimir Marjanovic visited the First Elementary School in Ogulin and the County School in Hreljin Ogulinski, where supplementary classes in Serbian and the Cyrillic alphabet are taught, and delivered book packages for these classes. The donation was provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Faculty Teacher Training in Sombor.
Luxembourg: Event at the Serbian Cultural Centre dedicated to the end of the war PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 05 December 2018.
altThe film "Serbia in the Great War", marking the centenary of the end of WWI, was screened at the Serbian Cultural Centre in Luxembourg. Serbian Ambassador to Brussels Marina Jovicevic and President of the Serbian Cultural Centre (SCC) Marko Katanic addressed the attendees before the screening.
Berlin: An evening dedicated to Serbia at Il Kino cinema PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 04 December 2018.
altAn evening devoted to Serbia was held at the "Il Kino" cinema, the main part of which was the screening of the Serbian film "Goat ears" (2017). Serbian Ambassador Dusan Crnogorcevic opened the event with a speech on the long tradition of Serbian film industry and its contribution to European and world film heritage. After the screening, the attendees of the event could enjoy Serbian specialties and a presentation of the tourist offer of Serbia.
New Delhi: Serbian Embassy organized a humanitarian campaign to help rural India PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 03 December 2018.
altThanks to the initiative by the Embassy of Serbia in New Delhi, 105 toilets were built in the Indian Federal State of Haryana, in the village ofDanduk. Ambassador Vladimir Maric attended the completion of the works and the unveiling of the memorial plaque, on 28 November.
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