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SERBIA 2030 – FIRST THEMATIC DIALOGUE ON THE 2030 AGENDA

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The Ministry for Human and Minority Rights and Social Dialogue of the Republic of Serbia invited a wide range of state and non-state stakeholders to participate in the first thematic dialogue on the 2030 Agenda entitled „Sustainable Development Goals – Serbia 2030“. The hybrid event, which combined online and in-person attendance, was held on 10th May 2021 with support of the German and Swiss Development Cooperation implemented by GIZ within the “Public Finance Reform – 2030 Agenda” project. Around 100 people participated in the dialogue, amongst them Minister Gordana Čomić, Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović, Prof. Dr. Slavica Djukić Dejanović in her capacity as Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on the 2030 Agenda, as well as high level representatives from the UN, the German and the Swiss embassies, and academia. The keynote speakers’ addresses, followed by presentations of the Public Policy Secretariate, the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia and the..

H.E. Tomáš Kuchta, Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Serbia, : President Vučić’s visit...

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“During the three years of my term as the Czech ambassador to Serbia, the Prime Minister of Serbia, the Foreign Minister, the Agriculture Minister and numerous state officials have visited the Czech Republic. From the Czech side, President Zeman visited Serbia in 2019, and this year, the Prime Minister and then the Foreign Minister will do so too, despite the COVID pandemic. The “mosaic” will be complete with the visit of President Vučić, who is arriving in Prague for a two-day visit,” the ambassador told Geopolitikon.cz. Continue reading H.E. Tomáš Kuchta, Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Serbia, : President Vučić’s visit to Prague is the culmination of my three-year term in Serbia at Diplomacy&Commerce.

The art of deception: How Israel uses ‘hasbara’ to whitewash its crimes

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The Israelis have long relied on a public diplomacy strategy to dominate the arena of narrative control and information manipulation. As Israel conducts its latest round of aggression against the Palestinians, the prevailing narrative often peddled in mainstream western media outlets continues to be implicitly framed to favour the Israeli narrative. Under the guise of neutrality, media discourse has been to describe the conflict flaring up in occupied East Jerusalem as “clashes” between “both sides”. Israel’s ruthless bombardment of Gaza leading to the deaths of hundreds of civilians is rationalised as an act of “self defence” in response to Hamas’ indiscriminate rocket attacks and their use of “human shields”. The Israeli state is deeply aware that perception shapes reality. While it commits alleged war crimes with impunity, it can only do so if there is a powerful enough propaganda machine it can deploy to counter inevitable public condemnation and international solidarity with Pa..

Посланик Петко Дойков посети Цариброд и обсъди потенциалните сфери на партньорство с общината

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Днес посланик Петко Дойков посети Цариброд и проведе среща с кмета на града Владица Димитров и с председателя на Общинския съвет Зоран Джуров. По време на разговорите бяха обсъдени потенциалните нови сфери на партньорство, като посланик Дойков заяви, че се надява доброто сътрудничество между българското посолство в Белград и община Цариброд да продължи.

Beethoven’s famous Symphony Number 3 – Chamber Exclusive at the Belgrade Philharmonic

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Beethoven’s Symphony for Only Nine Musicians The Belgrade Philharmonic audience is in for a very special chamber concert at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall on Friday, May 14. Beethoven’s famous Symphony Number 3, also known as Eroica, will be performed by only nine musicians in an unusual arrangement adapted for a nonet. The original Eroica was a real “boom” in the symphonic music world of the early 19th century. Continue reading Beethoven’s famous Symphony Number 3 – Chamber Exclusive at the Belgrade Philharmonic at Diplomacy&Commerce.

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  • The art of deception: How Israel uses ‘hasbara’ to whitewash its crimes May 17, 2021
    The Israelis have long relied on a public diplomacy strategy to dominate the arena of narrative control and information manipulation. As Israel conducts its latest round of aggression against the Palestinians, the prevailing narrative often peddled in mainstream western media outlets continues to be implicitly framed to favour the Israeli narrative. Under the guise of […]
  • ‘Credentials’ to Her Majesty remotely presented May 3, 2021
    Credentials are the formal documents signed by their Head of State, confirming that have been chosen for their new role as Ambassador. pic.twitter.com/xWLlTrrW2W — The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) April 29, 2021 Today The Queen held Audiences via video link from Windsor Castle. Mr. Sidya Ould Elhadj from Mauritania and Ms. Simona Leskovar from Slovenia presented […]
  • Why China’s ‘Wolf Warriors’ Won’t Back Down April 26, 2021
    China’s “wolf warrior” diplomacy may have backfired in Australia, Canada and most recently France, but in a sign of its hardening attitude toward the West, Beijing is not backing down from its aggressive posture. Defying diplomatic norms, a growing number of Chinese envoys are adopting a belligerent tone in their speeches and tweets, which Chinese […]