Sunday, September 24, 2017

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EMBASSY OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY
Chancery: Neznanog junaka 1A, Belgrade
Tel: +381 (11) 3064-300
Fax: +381 (11) 3064-303
E-mail: germany@sbb.rs
Web page: http://www.belgrad.diplo.de/

Economic Section:
Fax: +381 (11) 3064-304
E-mail: germeco@sbb.rs

Consular and Visa Section: Birčaninova 19A
Tel: +381 (11) 3064-400
Fax: +381 (11) 3064-402
E-mail: info@belg.diplo.de


Working hours:
Monday – Thursday: 07.30-16.30h
Friday: 07.30-14.00h

H.E. Mr. Axel Wilhelm DITTMANN

H.E. Mr. Axel Wilhelm DITTMANN

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Aksel Ditman (Axel Dittmann), born 23.03.1966. in Bonn, married, three children
1985th to 1991st studies macroeconomics
1992 – 1994 Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is preparing for attaché
1994 – 1995 Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations in New York
1996 – 1998 Consultant in the company McKenzie (McKinsey) in Berlin
1998 Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, the sector for Political Affairs
1998 – 1999 German Embassy in Belgrade, offices in Pristina
1999 – 2000 Member of the UNMIK, Kosovo
2001 – 2001 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, Deputy Head of the issues of the United Nations
2001 – 2001 member of the negotiating team of the Special Envoy leotard, Skopje
2001 – 2004 Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, a member of the negotiating team for the constitution of the European Union
2004 – 2006 German Embassy in Washington
2006 – 2007 Member of the negotiating team, the United Nations Office for the Future of Kosovo (UNOSEK), Vienna
2007 – 2011 Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, Deputy Head of Sector for European Affairs
2011 – 2015 Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, head of the principal issues of the European Union in the sector in Europe
Since July 2015, German Ambassador to Serbia

National Day: October 3rd (German Reunion Day)

Business Council of Serbia and Germany
The intensification of bilateral economic cooperation, strengthening economic ties between the two countries and increase foreign direct investment in Serbia in key sectors of the economy are the main objectives of the Council of Business Cooperation of Germany and Serbia.
Founded during the visit of then-Federal Chancellor of Germany, Gerhard Schroeder Serbia and Montenegro 29 October 2003. The Council gathers in addition to prominent politicians and business representatives including the large German companies like Siemens, Deutsche Bahn and Aquamundo. For the coordination of projects and activities of the Council are in charge of senior politicians of the two countries.
The Council for Business Cooperation of Germany and Serbia are the five working groups: banking and finance, energy, transport, public utilities and agriculture, and the moderators radinh group are representatives of relevant ministries, institutions or companies from Serbia and Germany.
Within the working groups are held regularly međukonsultacije where they are current activities within each work group as well as individual projects.
Thus, in the context of the presentation of the working group for banking and finance education projects considered by bank employees, the project of deposit insurance and the project on the establishment of the mortgage market. The Working Group on Energy is working on projects to develop power plants, lignite mining and gas sector. In the framework of the working group for public utilities are discussed among other things the improvement of water quality and the distribution system in Zrenjanin, Kikinda and Becej and construction kanalizacijong system for wastewater treatment in Nis. In the agricultural sector were discussed on the development of organic agriculture and management of land resources in Serbia.
Business advice like this with Serbia, Germany has with other countries. Positive examples and the results of the Business Council of Germany and Ukraine have shown that this type of partnership and cooperation between the two countries certainly can improve economic bilateral relations and increase investments in the most strategic areas.

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