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  • Peter Justesen Celebrates 20 years of operating in Serbia

    'Peter Justesen' has been successfully operating in Serbia for 20 years, and the Embassy was more than happy to assist them with the celebration, as we are also celebrating a jubilee of our own this year - 100 years of diplomatic relations between Serbia and Denmark.


    On the occasion of Centenary Celebrations of diplomatic relations of Serbia and Denmark, a group of Serbian journalists have visited Denmark in the previous weeks. They have interviewed different individuals, visited and observed work of various institutions, among others the Danish History archives. 


    As a part of the Days of Nordic Film, and on the occasion of our Centenary of Diplomatic relations between Serbia and Denmark, together with Embassies of Finland, Norway and Sweden, we will be screening Danish classics in cities of Serbia, as well as Montenegro.

  • Travel Information - Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina 

    Forest fires are currently under way along the Adriatic Coast in the border area between Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. In Montenegro, it is mainly the peninsula of Luštica that has been affected. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, it is mainly the area of Ljubinje which has been affected. The situation is currently under control.   Travellers in these areas are invited to follow the instructions of local authorities.

  • The world biggest anti-corruption conference to be held in Copenhagen

    Minister for Development Cooperation Ulla Tørnæs will next year on behalf of Denmark host the world’s biggest anti-corruption conference, International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC18). The conference will take place in Bella Center 22-24 October 2018.

  • Another green Apple in the Danish orchard

    Apple significantly increases its data centre investments in Denmark by announcing the plans for a new data centre in Aabenraa – in the Southwestern part of Denmark not far from the data centre being built in Viborg. Like all Apple data centres – including the one in Viborg - the Aabenraa facility will be supplied with 100% renewable energy from day one.

  • Embassy Visits Serbia Armament Fair in Belgrade

    The Embassy of Denmark visited today Serbia's Armament Fair in Belgrade, invited by the Danish company Beatronic Supply.

  • Embassy Closed on Thursday June 8

    Royal Danish Embassy will be closed on Thursday, 8th June 2017 due to embassy staff away day.

  • Embassy Celebrated the Centenary of Diplomatic Relations with Serbia

    On the occasion of the Danish Constitution Day, June 5th, the Embassy of Denmark in Belgrade organized a celebration of the Centenary of Diplomatic Relations with Serbia, in cooperation with the Serbian Ministry of Defence.

  • Embassy closed

    Royal Danish Embassy will be closed on Thursday, 8th June 2017 due to embassy staff away day.

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Danish Business Club meets with Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government

Today our Danish Business Club met Ms Ana Brnabić, the Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government. The minister explained about current reforms including e-government and there was a good dialogue about business environment and opportunities. The Danish Business Club is a business network for Danish companies active in the Serbian market. The network has an increasing number of members; feel free to read more about the club here: The Danish Business Club

Questions regarding joining the Danish Business Club or the Serbian market in general can be directed to Head of Danish Mission
Morten Skovgaard Hansen - Tel. +381 11 3679 500

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