Today is the National Day of Greenland, marked by flying the flags by all Danish Missions and institutions, including ours in Belgrade!
The Embassy of Denmark will be closed from 12:30 PM on Thursday, June 21st. Please note that the Embassy will not process applications for visa nor other inquiries during this period. Citizens in need of urgent assistance may contact the Global Operations Centre in Copenhagen, on phone +45 33 92 11 12, or mail: BBB@um.dk.
Organized by the EU Delegation to Serbia, EU Film Festivals will be organized in 12 cities across the country with 14 movies. Denmark is represented with a movie "When You Look Away / Når Du Kigger Væk", from DFI Embassy Film Package.
From June 15th to July 15th, Russia will host 2018 FIFA World Cup. Denmark is in Group C, together with France, Peru and Australia.
La ministre s'est rendue à Belgrade pour y rencontrer son homologue Vanja Udovicic, permettre la signature d'un accord et encourager les équipes de France dans des épreuves de waterpolo et d'aviron. - Visites officielles / Source : La France en Serbie (https://rs.ambafrance.org)
Le Patriarche de l'Eglise orthodoxe serbe, sa Sainteté Irinej, a accueilli l'Ambassadeur Mondoloni au Patriarcat afin d'évoquer les sujets d'intérêts commun entre la Serbie et la France. - Relations diplomatiques / Source : La France en Serbie (https://rs.ambafrance.org)
As part of the programme "Biljana for You", Ambassador Anders Hougård gave a brief interview on the Embassy's projects and support to Serbia.
Ministers from all across the globe have already signed up for the World Food Summit - Better Food for More People in Copenhagen on 30-31st August. Danish and foreign star chefs and entrepreneurs will also be attending the summit, including René Redzepi, chef and co-owner of Danish restaurant NOMA, who will be attending 2nd year in a row.
Supported by the Danish Arts Foundation and the Embassy of Denmark, Kreativni centar publishing house published a Danish children's book "The Incredible Story of the Giant Pear" by Jakob Martin Strid.
After a month-long calendar of various activities attended by thousands of participants, the BUDI festival in a Serbian town of Pančevo was officially closed on June 11th. This year, Denmark was a host country and the Embassy was happy to support the Festival with participation, movies, exhibitions and publishing of a children book.