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Belgrade City Administration, Secretariat for Culture, has announced a "Public international two-phase open competition for the design of a conceptual solution for the Zoran Djindjic memorial at the Student`s Square in Belgrade". The text of the competition can be found here


The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Hungary announces an invitation to the tender  for the provision of real estate sales services for the sale  of former Yugoslav diplomatic real estate in New York (2), Tokio, Bonn and Bern.

Additional documents for the participation at the tender: Tenderer Information Sheet, Tender Bond (guarantee), Performance Bond (guarantee).

National Day and Armed Forces Day of Serbia, 14th February, 2018

On the 14th of February, in its Embassy in Budapest, the Republic of Serbia in Hungary celebrated the National Day and Armed Forces Day. The celebration was attended by the representatives of the diplomatic corps, the corps of military attaches, high representatives of the political and cultural life of Hungary, representatives of the Serbian institutions and Serbian Orthodox Church in Hungary, City Hall dignitaries, and many others.
State Secretary from the MFA of Serbia, H.E. Nemanja Stevanovic, stressed that bilateral relation between Serbia and Hungary were never better, and State Secretary from the MFAT of Hungary, H.E. Istvan Ijgyarto, affirmed the will of both countries to continue to develop already existing excellent relation in all fields.
The Ambassador of Serbia, H.E. Rade Drobac, greeted the National Day to the Serbian community in Hungary, expressed his satisfaction with the actual state of relations between Serbia and Hungary, and thanked all the guests for the time they find to come to the Serbian Embassy to celebrate that special day for Serbia and its citizens.
The ladies choir from the Serbian school „Nikola Tesla“ from Budapest, together with the music from Serbia, contributed to the pleasant time spent on the cocktail with Serbian food and drinks.

The 4th joint session of the Government of Serbia and Hungary took place in Budapest, February 8-9, 2018

The 4th joint session of the Government of the Republic of Serbia and Hungary led by the Prime Ministers Ana Brnabic and Viktor Orban was held on February 8-9, 2018.
Prior to the joint session, a series of bilateral meetings of line ministers were held on specific issues of mutual interest, PM A. Brnabic and PM V. Orban had a separate discussion as well.
The joint session, attended by almost all ministers on both sides, confirmed the outstanding and friendly relations between the governments of Serbia and Hungary, their mutual readiness for their further improvement and development, the continuation of active support of Hungary in the process of Serbia's accession to the EU, as well as the orientation to the development of mutual economic cooperation, whereby of the particular interest is the readiness of both countries to spread their economic cooperation to the entire territory of Serbia. Special importance has been given to the connection of Serbia and Hungary in the fields of infrastructure, communication and traffic. Ten agreements have been signed in various fields, within the session, from infrastructure, agriculture and military cooperation to the extension of cultural and educational programs.
It was mutually estimated that both countries have done very much for national minorities and that there is significant progress in securing their rights and creating the conditions for the undisturbed expression of their cultural peculiarities and interests.
Within the framework of the joint session, a Business Forum as well as Energy Forum were held, where PM A. Brnabic and PM V. Orban were key speakers.
At the end of the visit, PM of the Republic of Serbia A. Brnabic was received in a courtasy visit by the President of Hungary, Janos Ader.

Chamber of Commerce of Vojvodina and Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Pécs-Baranya signed a Cooperation Agreement, January 31, 2018.

Chamber of Commerce of Vojvodina and Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Pécs-Baranya signed a Cooperation Agreement on January 31, 2018, with the aim to strengthening business relations and developing mutual cooperation. The agreement was signed by the president of the Chamber of Commerce of Vojvodina, Bosko Vucurevic, and president of Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Pécs-Baranya, Tamás Síkfői.
After the signing of the agreement on cooperation, the Ambassador Rade Drobac together with the president of the Chamber of Commerce of Vojvodina, Bosko Vucurevic opened a conference devoted to the development of winery and wine growing in the region of Villány. The conference was held as part of a two-day visit of Vojvodina winemakers and tourist workers from Vojvodina to Pécs and the wine region in Villány, organized by the Chamber of Commerce of Vojvodina, which led close to 40 Vojvodina winemakers and tourist workers who are engaged in wine tourism. In the Vojvodina delegation there were also professors from the Faculty of Sciences, the Institute of Viticulture at the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Novi Sad.
Following the co-operation agreement and conference, the delegation of the Chamber of Commerce of Vojvodina and the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia visited the Temple of Saint Simeon Stolpnik in Pécs where the delegation was met by a priest Milan Eric and the president of the Serbian Association Pécs-Baranya, Petar Mandic.

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