Saturday, January 16, 2021

Doha: Ambassador Pozderac discusses Serbia and ties with Qatar in an...

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Being a Diplomat, what does Public Diplomacy mean to you personally and professionally? How would you describe the concept of Public Diplomacy?

Nairobi: Non-resident Ambassador of the Republic of Kenya to the Republic...

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Ambassador of the Republic of Kenya Judi Wakhungu, accredited to the Republic of Serbia on a non-resident basis with a seat in Paris, took the opportunity to pay a visit to Ambassador Dragan Zupanjevac on the premises of the Serbian Embassy in Nairobi during her stay there.

Copenhagen: Songs about Serbia for children in the diaspora

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One of the priorities of the Serbian Embassy in Copenhagen is to tirelessly work to strengthen ties with the Serbian community in the Kingdom of Denmark. On 2020's final day, Director of the Children's Cultural Centre of Belgrade Dragan Maric delivered gifts to teacher Ksenija Maricic who runs a Serbian language supplementary school.

Sofia: Ambassador Jovic – Relations between Serbia and Bulgaria have never...

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There are difficult moments in the history of Serbia and Bulgaria, but never before in modern history has there been such a high level of mutual relations, d Serbian Ambassador to Bulgaria Zeljko Jovic said.

Minister Selakovic for Kurir: I am wealthier in a professional sense,...

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After the post of Secretary General of the President, you became the Minister of Foreign Affairs. How different is the work you are doing now, what challenges are you facing and do you miss the daily cooperation with President Aleksandar Vucic? I am in frequent private and professional contact with President Vucic. Since foreign policy is to a large degree the duty of the President of the Republic as well, for me, as the former President's Secretary General, this area is not new. I regularly exchange information with the President and discuss foreign policy topics. According to the Constitution, but also according to his personal characteristics, the President is a person who inspires and sets the tone for the policy of our country in various areas, including the area I am currently dealing with. In that sense, his help is both invaluable and irreplaceable. The post of a minister is not new to you, as you were the Minister of Justice from 2012 to 2016. To what degree have the year..

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Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic

Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic

Ivica Dacic, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs

Born in 1966, Prizren. He received his BA degree from the School of Political Science, University of Belgrade.

He served on the Delegation of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. He chaired his party’s Parliamentary Group in the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia and in the Assembly of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. From 1992 to 2004 he was delegate in the Chamber of Citizens of the Federal Assembly of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Deputy of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia, 2004 to present.

He was appointed Minister of Information in the so-called transitional Government of the Republic of Serbia, October 2000 – January 2001. He became the Leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia in December 2006. He was the President of the Basketball Club Partizan Belgrade and Vice President of the Yugoslav Olympic Committee.

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, July 2008 – July 2012. He was Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, July 2012 – April 2014.

On 27 April 2014, he was appointed First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Recipient of The Best European award in 2009.

Speaks English and Russian.

Married, two children.