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MINISTER DACIC AT UN SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING DEVOTED TO THE WORK OF UNMIK

MINISTER DACIC AT UN SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING DEVOTED TO THE WORK OF UNMIK Statement by First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, H. E. Mr. Ivica Dacic at the meeting of the UN Security Council devoted to the work of UNMIK.


PROJECT "WORLD IN SERBIA"

Pretoria, 8 August 2017. The Republic of Serbia during the school year 2016/2017, as a part of the project "World in Serbia", offered full scholarships for another 50 foreign students in bachelor, master and doctoral academic studies. Thanks to this project, since the school year 2010-2011, Serbia has had the honour to host many young people from 53 countries of Africa, Asia, Central and South America. On this occasion, Ambassador Bozin Nikolic received Mrs. Ema Mhloro from Zimbabwe, who is completing Faculty of Economics in Belgrade, and congratulated her on the achieved success. Ms. Mhloro said that she was very much pleased with the terms of studies and hospitality in Belgrade, especially because of that she was enabled to gain a prestigious academic title in the country with which the Republic of Zimbabwe is maintaining traditionally friendly relations.


NELSON MANDELA INTERNATIONAL DAY

Hezyview, 5 August 2017. Following the invitation of the Minister Ms. Maite Nkoana-Mashbane and Mpumalanga Premier Mr. David Mabuza, representatives of diplomatic missions accredited in the Republic of South Africa, including Ambassador Božin Nikolic, took part in the charity event, which was organized in Mpumalanga in the framework of the organized activities on the occasion of the Nelson Mandela International Day.

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Čadež: In the fall a big forum with businessmen of Sub-Saharan Africa
More than a hundred businessmen of the South African Republic (SAR) and other Sub-Saharan African countries will arrive in Belgrade in the autumn to establish contacts and discuss concrete business arrangements at a large Serbian-African business forum with companies from Serbia and the Western Balkans region. The forum is supported by the Government and the President of the Republic of South Africa, Jakob Zuma, who received in his residence Marko Čadež, the President of the Chamber of Commerce. Read more...

SERBIA IS COMMITTED TO THE PROMOTION OF COOPERATION WITH AFRICAN COUNTRIES
Thursday, 25 May 2017 - First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic, at the Observance of Africa Day, said that the Republic of Serbia is committed to the promotion of cooperation with African states and regional economic communities, and will contribute to the strengthening of political, economic, cultural and all other ties with them, in accordance with its possibilities. Read more...

GOJKOVIC AND NKODO DANG SIGN MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

Tuesday, 9 May 2017 - The Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Maja Gojkovic met today with the President of the Pan-African Parliament Roger Nkodo Dang and signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the two parliaments, first of its kind between the National Assembly and a continental organizationGojkovic and Nkodo Dang agreed that the Memorandum of Understanding is the beginning of a new type of parliamentary cooperation in the interest of the citizens, adding that they expected the cooperation to give rise to a number of projects. Read more...


GOJKOVIC ADDRESSES PAN-AFRICAN PARLIAMENT AND HAS SERIES OF MEETINGS WITH HEADS OF PARLIAMENT
Monday, 8 May 2017 - The Speaker of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia Maja Gojkovic, visiting the Pan-African Parliament at the invitation of its President Roger Nkodo Dang, addressed its members today at the opening of the regular plenary session. On the occasion, Gojkovic said that Serbia is firmly committed to continue promoting the friendly relations and cooperation with the African Union and its member states. Read more...

PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL TWO-PHASE OPEN COMPETITION FOR THE DESIGN OF A CONCEPTUAL SOLUTION FOR THE ZORAN EINDIC MEMORIAL AT THE STUDENTS SQUARE IN BELGRADE

BELGRADE CITY ADMINISTRATION
Secretariat for Culture
Belgrade, Trg republike 3
announces
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL TWO-PHASE OPEN COMPETITION FOR THE DESIGN OF
A CONCEPTUAL SOLUTION FOR THE ZORAN EINDIC MEMORIAL AT THE
STUDENTS SQUARE IN BELGRADE
 

Competition organizer:
City of Belgrade - Belgrade City Administration, Secretariat for Culture.
Competition Purpose:
The aim of the competition is to obtain the best quality conceptual solution for the Zoran Đinđić Memorial at the Students Square in Belgrade.

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INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE PROVISION OF REAL ESTATE SALES SERVICES – THE SALE OF DIPLOMATIC REAL ESTATE IN NEW YORK (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA), TOKYO (JAPAN), BONN (GERMANY), AND BERNE (SWITZERLAND)

Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Croatia, the Republic of Macedonia, the Republic of Slovenia, and the Republic of Serbia – as the sole Successor States to the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (hereinafter “the SFRY”) – and the co-owners of diplomatic and consular property of the SFRY, as the previous title owner, hereby issue an invitation to tender for the provision of the service of brokering the sale of the following immovable property (The information on property in this invitation to tender are only indicative. The Successor States accept no responsibility for their accuracy. Precise information may be obtained by consulting public databases of the countries where the immovable property is located. The Successor States will submit relevant data in their possession regarding the immovable property listed in this invitation to tender to the successful tenderer after the completion of the selection process.):
 

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HAPPY 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF INDEPEDANCE, BOTSWANA

The Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Republic of Botswana, Honourable Dr. Pelonomi Venson-Moitoi, received Ambassador Mr. Bozin Nikolic on 4th July 2016. During the meeting the parties discussed the traditionally friendly relations between the two countries. Ambassador Nikolic highlighted Serbia's readiness to develop and promote its overall cooperation with Botswana. He said that “Serbia attaches particular importance to Republic of Botswana” and he extended congratulations on the occasion of the half century of its independence. On 30th September 2016 Ambassador Nikolic accompanied by his wife attended The Golden Jubilee Celebration Gala Dinner organized by H.E. Mr. Zenene Sinombe, the High Commissioner of Botswana, in Monte Casino in Johannesburg.


AMBASSADOR NIKOLIC PRESENTED HIS CREDENTIALS TO PRESIDENT ROBERT G. MUGABE
On June 24, 2016 Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia Mr Bozin Nikolic handed over Letters of Credence to H.E. Robert Gabriel Mugabe, the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, concluding the procedure of the non-residential accreditation in the receiving country. During the meeting the parties discussed the traditionally friendly relations between the two countries as well as the potential spheres of further cooperation. The President was accompanied by Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Mr. Simbarashe Mumbengegwi and Secretary for Foreign Affaires Ambassador Joey Bimha. 
The previous day, Ambassador Nikolic presented a copy of his credentials to H.E Mr. S. Mumbengegwi, Minister of Foreign Affairs at his office.

AFRICA’S BIG 7 (AB7) AND SAITEX 2016

June 19-21, Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, Johannesburg

Thousands of participants, exhibitors, governmental and trade representatives, diplomats, business leaders and international buyers, attended the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg for Africa’s Big 7 (AB7), Africa's largest food and beverage industry trade expo and SAITEX 2016, most prominent platform for retailers which was acquired in March by dmg ems Africa events.

Ambassador Bozin Nikolic visited Gallagher Convention Centre to meet with organizers, companies and other business participants of the expo. During the meeting with the Commercial director Mr. Bred Hook and Ms. Anina Hough, Exhibition Sales Manager, Ambassador Nikolic discussed opportunities for the participation of the Serbian firms in the Africa’s Big 7 (AB7) and SAITEX 2016 to continue cooperation and expand commercial ties.


THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS
The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Africa marked the 20th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Serbia and the Republic of South Africa at the level of Ambassadors, on 19 May 2016. On that occasion, a reception was held in Freedom Park in Pretoria, since the diplomatic relations were established on Freedom Day on 27 April, the National Day of South Africa.

Approximately 200 guests attended the reception, including representatives of the Government of South Africa, diplomatic corps, industry, media, Serbian and Greek Church and communities, along with representatives of the Russian and Romanian Churches.

Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia H.E. Bozin Nikolic addressed the audience along with Ms. Valerie Reni, who spoke on behalf of the Government of the Republic of South Africa.

 

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FOREIGN MINISTER DACIC ON UEFA MEMBERSHIP OF KOSOVO

Tuesday, 3 May 2016. - "Kosovo's admission to UEFA membership is yet another warning that we are living in a world of interest politics, rather than a world of law and rules. Against this background, it is incumbent upon Serbia to be realistic and rational in facing the fact that even the UEFA Statute can be breached to enable the sponsors of Kosovo's independence to keep their promises made to Kosovo. Read more...


CLOSER COOPERATION IN HEALTH SECTOR
PRETORIA, 31. March 2016 - Ambassador Bozin Nikolic met with Minister of Health Dr Aaron Motsoaledi. The meeting dealt with bilateral relations and possibilities of the closer cooperation in the areas of health, especially with forthcoming 20th Anniversary of the diplomatic relations between two friendly countries. The meeting also looked at the issues and necessities to increase awareness to fight tuberculosis and other communicable diseases and the challenges facing global health, which transcend national borders.

DELIVERY OF THE CREDENTIALS TO THE PRESIDENT OF MALAWI

Lilongwe, 10. March 2016.

Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia Mr. Božin Nikolić delivered his credentials to H.E. Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika, the President of the Republic of Malawi, concluding the procedure of the non-residential accreditation in the receiving country. During the meeting the parties discussed the traditionally friendly relations between the two countries as well as the potential spheres of further cooperation.


KOSOVO IS NOT, AND CANNOT BECOME STATE

Kosovo is not a state, there is no law and justice there neither for Serbs nor for Albanians and not everyone who lives in the territory accepts it as a state. This is what Serbian Minister of Labour, Social and Veteran Affairs Aleksandar Vulin said on Wednesday, on the 8th anniversary of the unilateral ethnic Albanian declaration of independence of Kosovo - a declaration Serbia considers a violation of its Constitution and territorial integrity. Read more...


Statement by First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic

"Unfortunately, the verdict in Oliver Ivanovic case is yet another evidence of politics prevailing both over law and justice in the world.

The verdict reached at a time when Albanians make continuation of the dialogue conditional and when Serbia will go to the polls, acts as a tail wind to extremists on both sides and in no way helps the stabilization process in the Balkan region.

Those behind this verdict are certainly no promoters of peace and stability", Dacic said.


DYNAMIC GROWTH AHEAD OF SERBIA NEXT YEAR
Belgrade, 9 Dec 2015 – Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic stated today that Serbia achieved very good results this year, although this year has been very difficult both in the field of foreign affairs and the economy, and announced a dynamic growth for the next year.
Speaking at the presentation of the Book of projects of the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure for 2016 and announcing a number of infrastructure projects, Vucic stressed that Serbia, at the end of 2016 or in early 2017, will have more kilometres of motorways than the neighbouring Croatia. Read more...

Atterbury Europe announces €259-million joint venture in Serbian shopping centres with MPC Properties

Atterbury Europe – a joint venture company formed by Atterbury Group and foreign investors – has launched its inaugural investment in the Serbian retail property market by joining forces with one of Serbia’s largest real estate development companies, MPC Properties.

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Closing of the 22nd OSCE Ministerial Council

Belgrade, 4. December 2015.

Closing Statement by H.E. Mr. Ivica Dacic, OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia at the Twenty-Second Meeting of the OSCE Ministerial Council. Read more…


22nd OSCE Ministerial Council Opened

Opening Address by H.E. Mr. Ivica Dacic, OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia at the Twenty-Second Meeting of the OSCE Ministerial Council. Read more ...


Minister Dacic at UN Security Council meeting devoted to the work of UNMIK in New York

Statement by H.E. MR. Ivica Dacic, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, in the Security Council on the Report of the Secretary-General on the United Nations Interim Administration in Kosovo (UNMIK), New York, 19 November 2015. Read more ...


OSCE CiO Dacic participates at conference marking 40th anniversary of the Helsinki Final Act

Address by OSCE CiO, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic at the opening of the Conference "Europe in Crisis: A Call for a New Dialogue 1975-2015: 40 Years of the Helsinki Final Act", held at the European Parliament in Brussels. Read more...


STATEMENT BY MINISTER DACIC

Statement by First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Ivica Dacic:

"Serbia is fighting a tough, political and diplomatic battle to prevent the admission of the so-called Republic of Kosovo, struggling not only against untruths, injustices and double standards, but also against intense lobbying and pressure by sponsors of Kosovo's requests with all countries that have note recognize the unilateral declaration of independence of Kosovo to at list to abstain in the vote. Read more...


THE TRUTH – NO KOSOVO UNESCO
THE TRUTH – NO KOSOVO UNESCO Four pearls of world heritage: the Monastery of Decani, Patriarchate of Peć, Gracanica and Bogorodica Ljeviska Church are still inscribed on the UNESCO List of the world heritage in danger. The ones requesting UNESCO membership today are the ones who exposed it to danger. Not even today can we hear the words of condemnation of such crimes, or detect readiness to find and punish the perpetrators. -  watch here

WHY "KOSOVO'' IS INELIGIBLE FOR THE MEMBERSHIP IN UNESCO?

Regarding the request of the so-called "Kosovo" for the admission to UNESCO membership during the meeting of UNESCO Executive Board and General Conference, Paris 07-21 October and 03-18 November 2015 respectively, the Government of the Republic of Serbia is pointing out some facts about

Why Kosovo is ineligible for membership in UNESCO?

• Because the request for its membership is a serious breach of the international law, the Constitution of UNESCO, the legally binding UN Security Council resolution 1244 (1999) and the Charter of the UN whose Article 25 says that “The Members of the UN agree to accept and carry out the decisions of the Security Council in accordance with the present Charter". 
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ADDRESS OF H.E. MR. DARKO TANASKOVIĆ, AMBASSADOR OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA TO UNESCO, TO THE UNESCO EXECUTIVE BOARD AFTER THE DECISION HAS BEEN TAKEN TO RECOMMEND SO-CALLED KOSOVO FOR ADMISSION TO UNESCO DURING THE UNESCO GENERAL CONFERENCE (Paris, 03-18 November, 2015)

“Mr. President,

Dear colleagues,

Today a decision has been taken that creates a dangerous precedent with unforeseen consequences. A territory of a sovereign state has been recommended for admission to UNESCO. This is a violation of the international law, the Constitution of UNESCO, the UN Security Council resolution 1244 and the Charter of the UN.

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MINISTER DACIC IN NEW YORK ATTENDS HIGH-LEVEL SIDE-EVENT ON “STRENGTHENING COOPERATION ON MIGRATION AND REFUGEE MOVEMENTS UNDER THE NEW DEVELOPMENT AGENDA”

Mr. Secretary-General,
Excellencies,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

I would like to thank the Secretary-General for organizing this exceptionally important and timely meeting to discuss one of the most pressing issues of the world today. Read more »

 


MINISTER DACIC IN NEW YORK, AT THE HIGH-LEVEL MEETING “PROTECTING CULTURAL HERITAGE – AN IMPERATIVE FOR HUMANITY”

Statement by First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic at the high-level meeting “Protecting Cultural Heritage – an Imperative for Humanity”, in New York:

“Ladies and Gentlemen,

The international community must have a zero tolerance for vandalism against cultural monuments of each and every stripe. Regrettably, we are witnessing the destruction and desecration of historical heritage of other cultures ever more frequently. Monuments of momentous importance for the history of mankind, exceptional and universal in value and often included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, are increasingly being targeted by extremists. Read more »

SERBIA CONTINUES FIGHT AGAINST KOSOVO’S ADMISSION TO UNESCO
Belgrade, 12 Sept 2015 – First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic said that Albania submitted a formal request to the Executive Council of UNESCO to put on the agenda of its session in October the application of Kosovo for membership in that organisation. | Read more »

 


REMARKS BY THE FIRST DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER AND MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS IVICA DACIC AT THE INFORMAL MEETING OF THE FOREIGN MINISTERS OF EU MEMBER STATES AND EU CANDIDATE COUNTRIES

Belgrade, 4 September, 2015 (Tanjug)

First deputy prime minister and minister of foreign affairs of the Republic of Serbia Mr. Ivica Dacic takes part in a two-day informal meeting of EU ministers of foreign affairs, which started in Luxemburg on 4 September tabling the burning issue of migrations as one of the key topics of the plenary discussion. 

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MINISTER DACIC MEETS WITH UNSG BAN KI‐MOON IN NEW YORK

Saturday, 22 August 2015.

First Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic is in New York, where, apart from attending the UN Security Council on UNMIK, had a meeting with UN Secretary‐General Ban Ki‐moon.

 


INVITATION FOR PARTICIPATION AT THE 52nd INTERNATIONAL FAIR OF FURNITURE IN BELGRADE (10-15 November 2015)
The International Fair of Furniture in Belgrade covers entire furniture industry for furnishing residential and public facilities, office furniture as well as tools for manufacture of end products and production on materials. 
More information can be requested from the co-organizer Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia by email: info@pks.rs

 


DAČIĆ: WE WILL DO OUR ALL TO STOP KOSOVO FROM JOINING UNESCO

BELGRADE 30 Jul 2015 (Tanjug) Serbia will do all that it can to prevent Kosovo's membership in the UNESCO, Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dačić said on Thursday. "Serbia will do all that we can to make it known to UNESCO member states that, from the political aspect and the aspect of cultural heritage, it would be a detrimental move." Dačić said in the Serbian parliament.

Dačić noted that it is important that all institutions - the Ministry of Culture, the Serbian Orthodox Church and the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts - all join the diplomatic efforts to preserve the Serbian cultural heritage. "It is important that we prevent a revision of history from taking place because the fundamental intent of the proponent of the initiative is for the Serbian cultural heritage to become Kosovo's," Dačić said and noted that the Pristina side is using all situations to disregard the Brussels Agreement and, among other moves, apply for membership in specific organisations that have never been discussed, such as the UNESCO.

PRESENTATION OF THE SERBIAN TOURISM TO THE SOUTH AFRICANS

Pretoria News Weekend in its weekend edition (18 July) published a magazine edited by the well known British tour operator The Independent Traveller under the title LIVING IS EASY IN SERBIAN SUMMER, presenting a rich tourist offer of the Republic of Serbia, and especially the City of Belgrade.

The Independent Traveller has offered to the Belgrade visitors a two-day tour through the city which includes its most important attractions.


Minister Dacic meets Chairperson of the African Union Commission

Belgrade, 27 June 2015 - Chairperson of the African Union Commission Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma is visiting Serbia, at the invitation of the First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic.

 

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SERBIA DAY OPENED AT “EXPO 2015” WORLD EXHIBITION IN MILAN

Monday, 22 June 2015.  First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic opened, today, Serbia Day at “EXPO 2015” International Fair.

On this occasion, Minister Dacic stated that the relations between Serbia and Italy were characterized by first-rate cooperation and that the announcement of fresh investments was encouraging, indicating that a new, more favourable business environment was created in Serbia.

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MINISTER DACIC HAD TALKS WITH DEPUTY CHAIRPERSON OF THE AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION

Johannesbur, 11 June 2015.  First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met today, on the sidelines of the 27thOrdinary Session of the African Union Executive Council, with Deputy Chairperson of the African Union Commission Erastus Mwencha.

The talks highlighted mutual desire to  improve cooperation, both with the African Union and with its member State

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MINISTER DACIC AND MINISTER STEINMEIER DISCUSSED THE SITUATION IN UKRAINE AND THE RESPECT OF THE MINSK AGREEMENTS

 

 

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic had a telephone conversation, today, with the Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier.

 

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SERBIA READY FOR IMPROVEMENT OF COOPERATION WITH ALBANIA

Belgrade/Tirana, 27 May 2015.

Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said today in Tirana that he is proud to be the first Serbian prime minister to have paid an official visit to Tirana, that there are many areas where the two countries should work together, but that they do not agree on the issue of Kosovo-Metohija.

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AN INTERNATIONAL PRESENCE STILL NEEDED IN KOSOVO AND METOHIJA, MINISTER DACIC SAID AFTER THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL METING

26 May 2015

First Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic participated at today’s UN Security Council meeting on the work of UNMIK.

After the meeting the Serbian Foreign Minister stressed that it was extremely important for Serbia that the UN Security Council constantly and continuously monitored developments in Kosovo and Metohija, and that Serbia was committed to maintaining the institution of quarterly reporting, although some countries argued that it should be done twice, instead of four times a year.

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ADDRESSING THE OSCE CHAIRMAN-IN, MINISTER DACIC, AT THE 125TH MINISTERIAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE

Brussels, 19. May 2015.

Leaving the OSCE chairman-in, first Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic at the 125th ministerial meeting of the European Council in Brussels called "Divided responsibility for...
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OSCE CiO Dacic talked to Head of Russian diplomacy Lavrov

Belgrade, Sunday, 03 May 2015.                                                                                                                                                    

OSCE Chairperson-in-Office/ First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic had a telephone conversation last night with Head of Russian diplomacy Sergey Lavrov.

In their conversation, the conclusion was made that the Package of Measures for the Implementation of the Minsk Agreements, agreed on 12 February this year, was an opportunity that should not be missed to reach a peaceful solution to the crisis in and around Ukraine, for which purpose it was necessary that all sides abided by the obligations assumed on that occasion.

OSCE Chair Dacic reiterated both the willingness and readiness of the OSCE to do everything possible to assist in the implementation of the Minsk Agreements, within its mandate. In addition, he expressed his expectation that the Trilateral Contact Group would, in the coming week, discuss the steps to be taken to intensify the political process for the resolution of the crisis, as agreed at the meeting of the OSCE Ministerial Troika in Belgrade on 28 April.


Sixtieth anniversary of the Bandung Conference marked by Asian and African country leaders at the Summit in Jakarta

Belgrade, 23 April 2015.

The Republic of Serbia cherishes the values defined by the Bandung Conference and attaches great importance to its relations with Asian and African states, to which it has been tied by bonds of decades-long traditional friendship and very good political relations. Presidents Tito and Nehru, together with Egyptian President Nasser and Indonesian President Sukarno – the founding fathers of the Non-Aligned Movement, have left an indelible imprint upon these relations.

The Republic of Serbia cherishes the values defined by the Bandung Conference and attaches great importance to its relations with Asian and African states, to which it has been tied by bonds of decades-long traditional friendship and very good political relations. Presidents Tito and Nehru, together with Egyptian President Nasser and Indonesian President Sukarno – the founding fathers of the Non-Aligned Movement, have left an indelible imprint upon these relations.

Today, 60 years on, we are witness to the growing importance of Asia and Africa on the global scale, as reflected not only in high growth rates, but also in the increasingly successful “South-South” cooperation, which is essential to the stability of the world economy. The spirit of Bandung, which has stood the test of time, is proving vital even today, as demonstrated by the impressive attendance of the current Jakarta meeting of Heads of State or Government of countries from both continents.


The exemption of visa requirements for holders of foreign passports with the valid Schengen visa, visa of the Great Britain, as well as the visas of other countries members of European Union, or with the valid visa of USA

Тhe Government of the Republic of Serbia, аt its meeting of 30 October 2014,  adopted the Decision on visa free entry to the Republic of Serbia for holders of foreign passports having a valid Schengen, UK and other Member States' visa, or visa of the United States of America, and for holders of foreign passports having residence permit in the countries of the Schengen area, EU or the United States of America, which was published in the "Official Gazette of RS", No. 119 of 31 October 2014 and which will enter into force on 8 November 2014.
By this decision, the above-mentioned categories of foreign nationals may, without prior visa application, enter, transit or stay in the Republic of Serbia up to 90 days during a six-month period, but not exceeding the expiring date of the said visas or residence permits.
There is a possibility for foreign nationals to enter the Republic of Serbia with two passports e.a. expired national passport with valid visa or residence permit and valid national passport without valid visa or residence permit.
Foreign nationals, holders of a residence permit in the form of a separate card (not a sticker affixed to their passport), must present their valid passport, upon entering the territory of the Republic of Serbia.
Please note that a visa is required for holders of emergency travel documents and travel documents for refugees and aliens of all countries.  Nationals from UN Member States with which the Republic of Serbia has no diplomatic relations need visas for entering the country.


SERBIA WANTS TO RENEW TIES WITH ZAMBIA

 

 

 

Belgrade, April 16th, 2015 

Source: BETA, TANJUG

Serbia is interested in renewing its traditionally friendly relations and bilateral cooperation with Zambia, Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has said. He made the comments after meeting with Zambian Foreign Minister Harry Kalaba in Belgrade on Wednesday.

"Believe it or not, trade between Zambia and Serbia amounts to USD 27,000 today. That is what the policy of not cherishing a friendship has led to," Dacic said at a joint press conference after the meeting with the Zambian minister.

Dacic said that he has launched a campaign in the Foreign Ministry that is aimed at renewing the friendly ties with many African, Asian and Latin American countries, with which, he said, Serbia has traditionally friendly relations.

Dacic thanked Zambia for its principled position not to recognize the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo.

It is also the position of most African countries, and Serbia appreciates that, he noted.

The Serbian minister also stated that this was the first visit of a high ranking Zambian official after many years, and that Zambia "and Tito's Yugoslavia" were "great friends."

"Zambia's first president, Kenneth Kaunda, attended the funeral of (Josip Broz) Tito and wept," said the Serbian minister, and remarked that "we usually curry favor to those who don't like us," but added that this "practice" has now been changed.

Kalaba told reporters that it was "somewhat sad" that Serbia and Zambia failed to foster their relations through economic exchange, which is now "almost inexistent."

He added that his country wishes to establish cooperation, especially in the areas of economy, culture, military, agriculture, and sport.

"The Belgrade business community is welcome in Zambia," the minister said, and added that it was "unacceptable" for economic exchange to be at such a low level.

Kalaba also remarked that his country has not recognized Kosovo, and would not make any decision "until the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue has been finished."


MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS IVICA DACIC HELD A REGULAR PRESS CONFERENCE

Belgrade, 01 March, 2015

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic held a regular press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, today, highlighting the activities in February and announced the activities coming up in March.

Foreign Minister Dacic started today’s press conference by referring to the tragedy of six Serbian workers killed in a fire on the Yamal Peninsula, Russian Federation, and underlined that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs received a Letter Rogatory from the Russian Federation requesting legal assistance, which was forwarded to the Ministry of Justice. He emphasized that the competent authorities of the two countries were making utmost efforts in order that the procedure of identifying the bodies of the killed Serbian nationals be completed as early as possible.
The major activities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in February were focused on Serbia’s OSCE Chairmanship, said Dacic. Acting as the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Minister Dacic met in Belgrade, in February, with OSCE High Commissioner for National Minorities Astrid Thors and Special Representative of the German Government for OSCE Chairmanship Gernot Erler.
As the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Serbian Foreign Minister Dacic participated in the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly’s winter meeting in Vienna and met, on the sidelines of the meeting, with OSCE Parliamentary Assembly President Ilkka Kanerva; OSCE Assembly Secretary General Spencer Oliver; Special Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office in the Trilateral Contact Group Ambassador Heidi Tagliavini; Head of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine Ertugrul Apakan; Head of the Monitoring Mission at the border crossing points between the Russian Federation and Ukraine Paul Picard, and State Secretary of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs Markus Ederer.
One of the certainly most important visits paid in the capacity as the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office was the visit to the United States where Foreign Minister Dacic participated in the meeting of the UN Security Council and the hearing before the Helsinki Commission of the US Congress. During his visit to the United States, Minister Dacic met with UN Secretary- General Ban Ki-moon, Foreign Ministers of Russia and Ukraine, Sergey Lavrov and Pavlo Klimkin, as well as Foreign Minister of China Wang Yi and President of the UN Security Council, Permanent Representative of China Ambassador Liu Jieyi. Minister Dacic underlined the importance of the support of 15 UNSC members to the Serbian OSCE Chairmanship.
Dacic particularly referred to one of the most important meetings during his visit to the United States, the meeting with US Secretary of State John Carry.
At the beginning of the month, Foreign Minister Dacic and the Serbian Prime Minister participated in 51st Munich Security Conference which reviewed the crisis in Ukraine and its implications for global and European security architecture, deterioration of the situation in the Middle East, global refugee crisis, fight against terrorism, cyber security, climatic changes and the ebola virus. On the sidelines of the Conference there was a meeting of the OSCE Troika and the Co-Chairpersons of the “Minsk Group”. As the OSCE Chairman-in-Office, together with the other two Troika members, Minister Dacic received the “Ewald von Kleist”
award, presented since 2009 for particular contribution to peace and conflict resolution, which has been awarded for the first time to an international organization.
In February, Serbian Foreign Minister also took part in the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington where he met Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, Congressman Ted Poe and Emanuel Cleaver, Co-Chairs of the Serbian Caucus, as well as with Senator Chris Murphy.
As regards bilateral visits, Minister Dacic paid an official visit to Hungary, at the invitation of his colleague Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto.
Referring to regular activities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dacic said that the process of installing biometric equipment used for receiving applications for issuance of passports in diplomatic/consular missions of the Republic of Serbia have been continued. Presently, biometric equipment has been installed in 44 embassies and consulates of the Republic of Serbia, and there is a tendency to have them installed in all diplomatic/consular representations with the exception of missions and cultural/information centre.
Regarding the European integration process, Minister Dacic underlined that exploratory and bilateral screenings have been completed for 28 chapters thus far, and that the screening process is expected to be completed by March 2015.
Among the activities planned for March, a visit to Latvia has been announced, which is scheduled for 6-7 March, when MFA Dacic will meet EU foreign policy head Federica Mogherini.
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Dacic also announced a meeting with the Western Balkan 6 (“WB6”) in Pristina, but emphasized that neither an official confirmation nor invitation to the meeting have been received.
In capacity as OSCE Chairman-in-Office, Minister Dacic will open the Conference on the Protection of Security and Integrity of Journalists in the OSCE Region, to be held in Belgrade, on 26 March 2015. Moreover, this Conference is the first meeting organized by Serbia as the OSCE Chair.
At the invitation of Croatian Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Vesna Pusic, MFA Dacic will pay an official visit to Croatia, on 11 March 2015.
Furthermore, among foreign official up-coming visits to Belgrade, the visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Italy, Paolo Gentiloni, is expected on 31 March.
Minister Dacic will visit, together with Defence Minister Bratislav Gasic, NATO Headquarters in Brussels, on 18 March, where he will meet with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
This visit was agreed following the adoption of the Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP) R. Serbia – NATO by the Serbian Government at its meeting on 20 December 2014; the document was adopted by NATO North Atlantic Council (NAC) on 15 January 2015, thus
ending the IPAP adoption procedure. Following the adoption of IPAP, the visit will raise the political dialogue between the Republic of Serbia and NATO to an even higher level.
At the invitation of the Dragan Sormaz, Head of the Permanent Delegation of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, the Serbian Foreign Minister will address, on 31 March, the participants in the 88th Rose-Rot Seminar of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Belgrade, where he will speak about the European integration process of the Republic of Serbia and its OSCE Chairmanship.
At today’s press conference, the Foreign Minister also highlighted the importance of the measures of austerity and rationalization of expenses implemented also in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as a result of which all embassy payments of allowances for hospitality expenses during the visits of Serbian officials to foreign countries were discontinued.


MINISTER DACIC PARTICIPATED IN THE UNSC OPEN DEBATE ON MAINTENANCE OF INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY

New York, 23 February, 2015
Statement by First Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia/ Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić at today’s UN Security Council Open debate on maintenance of international peace and security, entitled “Reflect on History, Reaffirm the Strong Commitment to the Purposes and Principles of the Charter of the United Nations”

“Mr. President,
Esteemed Foreign Minister Wang Yi,
Excellencies,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

It is my great honour and satisfaction to take part today in this very important open debate, initiated and organized by China as President of the Security Council. I take this opportunity to thank China, and you personally, Mr. Foreign Minister, for making it possible for us, in the year when we mark 70 years since the adoption of the Charter of the United Nations, to re-consider once again and re-commit and re-dedicate ourselves to the respect and safeguarding of its principles.

The purposes and principles of the United Nations, as enshrined in the Charter, continue to be just as valid and important today as they were at the time of the Charter’s adoption. The expectations to save the world from the scourge of war, respect the dignity of each and every human person and to ensure justice at all levels are not smaller now than they were 70 years ago.
We firmly believe that these goals can be achieved only through strengthening international cooperation in all fields, based on the principles of sovereign equality of States, refrain from use of force, non-interference in the internal affairs of States, respect for territorial integrity, pacific settlement of disputes and through mutual respect and honouring of differences.

Excellencies,

I take this opportunity to point out on behalf of the Republic of Serbia once again its commitment to the Charter of the United Nations and the Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation among States. The principles of the Charter of the United Nations are ius cogens of contemporary international public law and their full implementation is a precondition of the rule of law.
The Republic of Serbia strongly supports the strengthening of the role of the United Nations in maintaining peace and security and respecting international law. The realization of the basic functions of the principal organs of the United Nations can be efficient only if carried out to the benefit and on behalf of all Member States and will be effective only if decisions are harmonized with the principles of the Charter, specifically the principles of territorial integrity and non-interference in the domain of substantive internal competencies of States.

The Republic of Serbia supports the efforts made to assess and find ways and possibilities to improve the work of all organs and bodies of the United Nations, especially the work and effectiveness of the Security Council in the field of maintaining international peace and security and responding unanimously to most complex security challenges and threats.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

As pointed out on a number of occasions by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, the 70th anniversary of the United Nations is an historic chance for all Member States to make a contribution to the fulfilment of what is our common goal: making the world better, more developed and just.

Let me re-iterate the main principles that the Republic of Serbia is guided by in its foreign policy: safeguarding the international multilateral world through respect for international law and the rule of law; primacy of peaceful settlement of disputes through dialogue; and the achievement of a higher level of mutual respect and understanding among peoples.

We honour these principles also in our current position of Chairman-in-Office of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). In this capacity, I would like to point out on this occasion that the partnership between the OSCE and the United Nations is vital for maintaining long-term peace and security in the geographical space from Vancouver to Vladivostok. Co-operation with the United Nations enables the OSCE to achieve progress in confronting both existing and emerging challenges. This approach is firmly grounded on the 1999 Platform for Co-operative Security and the principles reaffirmed in the 2010 Astana Commemorative Declaration. As security challenges continue to evolve, the nature of OSCE co-operation with the United Nations must evolve as well, becoming more pragmatic and action-oriented. Especially in times of economic hardship, enhancing synergies and finding new ways of working together that capitalize on the relative strengths of each organization is critical. Effective, pragmatic co-operation that builds on the respective mandates and strengths of the United Nations and the OSCE is a key objective of the OSCE’s proactive approach.

Ladies and Gentlemen,

The only road to peace and prosperity leads through mutual cooperation, respect and honour, of which we have had an example to convince ourselves in after the difficult and challenging years of the 1990s and, more recently, in Kosovo and Metohija. Tolerance of every kind, especially religious tolerance, is the key for overcoming problems that the present-day world is faced with, regrettably in an ever more ruthless way.

I consider that at the core of respect for international law and the rule of law is, primarily, the respect of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of each and every State, while the solution for every crisis is not military intervention, but dialogue alone.

A sovereign State cannot emerge through cancelling the existence and sovereignty of another. The right to security and all other rights of citizens of a country should never be realized through violating the fundamental rights of others.

Excellencies,

We strongly support the position of China, the President of the Security Council, that we should work continuously and as a matter or priority on promoting peaceful ways of settling disputes as provided for in Chapter VI of the Charter of the United Nations. We believe that coercive measures should be used only as a last resort and only in cases when international peace and security are really threatened or breached. The dialogue being conducted right now between Belgrade and Priština with the facilitation of the European Union demonstrates in the best possible way our resolve and full commitment to the normalization of relations and the quest for a lasting and sustainable political solution for Kosovo and Metohija.

Unfortunately, crises around the world are multiplying, just as is the number of people in need of help; we all should therefore feel called upon to make the United Nations stronger and more efficient, primarily through contributions by all its individual Members. The Republic of Serbia is proud of its leader position in the region of South-East Europe and seventh place in Europe by its participation and contribution to the United Nations missions. As the representative of the country which has its peacekeepers deployed in 8 United Nations missions, I would like to emphasize that the security of the crafters and implementers of global peace must be one of the priorities.

Mr. President,
Excellencies,

At the time when the United Nations was taking shape, oblivious of future threats and challenges, the world was full of hope that the wounds of two World Wars were going to heal. We inherit what came to pass over these 70 years and understand it as a guideline and impetus to our endeavour to make sure that history, in its darkest form, is not repeated.
To uphold the ideals that have guided us all these years, each and every one of us should invest the best efforts to bring about a better world than the one we have inherited. To that end, we firmly believe in the future of the United Nations and the historic role and mission of pro-active multilateralism.

Thank you all for your attention.”


OSCE CHAIRPERSON-IN-OFFICE AND MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS DACIC CALLED FOR AN END OF MILITARY ACTIVITIES IN EASTERN UKRAINE

OSCE Chairperson-in-Office/First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic, in response to the continuation of heavy fighting around Debaltsevo and deterioration of the humanitarian situation, urged all the parties to the conflict to refrain from violence.

Dacic, as Chairpeson-in-Office of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), also urged both parties in the conflict to cease immediately all military operations.
The Minister expressed his sadness over the loss of human lives, and on humanitarian grounds called on the conflicting sides in and around the Debaltsevo area to establish a local three-day truce, to be in effect immediately and supported by the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine.
He estimated the truce would enable an urgent evacuation of the civilian population from the conflict zone.
Minister Dacic asked Ambassador Heidi Tagliavini, Special Representative of the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office in the Trilateral Contact Group, to pursue this proposal further within this body.
The truce should also allow for immediate continuation of consultations aimed at ensuring a sustainable cease-fire and full implementation of the Minsk Protocol and Memorandum, Dacic stressed, adding that the two documents remained the basis for a peaceful settlement of the crisis.
The statement of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) also quoted Dacic as saying that the Trilateral Contact Group had expressed its readiness to engage in such consultations.
 


REGULAR PRESS CONFERENCE BY FOREIGN MINISTER DACIC - FEBRUARY 2015

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic held, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs today, his first press conference in 2015, where he took stock of January’s activities and announced the upcoming activities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in February.

At the very outset, Minister Dacic underlined that one of the major events in the previous month was the formal assumption of the 2015 OSCE Chairmanship by the Republic of Serbia. On the occasion of assumption of the OSCE Chairmanship in Vienna, on 15 January, Minister Dacic attended in his capacity as the Organization’s Chairperson-in-Office the Permanent Council Meeting in Vienna, where he presented the Serbian Chairmanship’s priorities.
Speaking about Serbia’s OSCE Chairmanship, the Foreign Minister stressed that it came at a very difficult moment in time considering the escalation of the crisis in Ukraine and stated that the top priorities in our work would be to support all efforts aimed at a peaceful solution. Given the deterioration of the situation in eastern Ukraine, Serbia, as the OSCE Chair, held extraordinary meetings of the OSCE Permanent Council, on 20 January and 26 January. The Minister deplored yesterday’s unsuccessful negotiations of the Trilateral Contact Group in Minsk and expressed hope for scheduling a new round of peace negotiations at the earliest possible date.
As the OSCE Chair, Foreign Minister Dacic visited the OSCE Mission to Serbia on 29 January 2015. This was the Minister’s first visit to an OSCE field mission and he intended to visit during the Serbian Chairmanship as many of the OSCE field operations as possible.
As regards bilateral meetings he had last month, Foreign Minister Dacic underlined the importance of his visit to Italy and the participation in the trilateral meeting of Foreign Ministers of Serbia, Italy and Albania. Minister Dacic hosted Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto during the month of January and announced that a return visit would take place on 10-11 February 2015. Minister Dacic further emphasized as extremely important the opening of the Embassy of the State of Qatar in Serbia.
Minister Dacic also paid a very important visit to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where he participated in the Executive Council meeting of the African Union. During the Summit, the Foreign Minister met with the Chairperson of the African Union Commission and other senior AU officials, and had a number of bilateral meetings with the Foreign Ministers of African countries. Dacic particularly drew attention to the fact that he met, at the meeting, with representatives of the AU member States which did not recognize the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo and Metohija, who stated that their countries would maintain their principled position in the future as well.
Referring to the regular activities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs related to consular affairs, the Foreign Minister said that the Decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia on visa-free entry into Serbia by foreign passport holders having a
Schengen visa or a UK or any other visa of an EU Member State or a US visa, has been implemented since 8 November 2014.
Speaking about the activities planned for the coming month, Minister Dacic announced that he would be hosting OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities Astrid Thors, on 2 February.
Among the numerous visits to be made in the coming month, Foreign Minister Dacic singled out his visit to Washington, on 5 February 2015, where he would attend the 63rd National Prayer Breakfast, together with many other world officials.
Minister Dacic further said that he would participate in the UN Security Council meeting devoted to the work of UNMIK, on 6 February 2015. He also underlined the importance of the 51st Munich Security Conference, to be held from 6-8 February, which he would attend together with Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic. Minister Dacic also stated that the OSCE Troika would meet on the MSC fringes.
Foreign Minister Dacic went on to say that 9 February was an important date on which the political dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina was due to resume in Brussels.
As the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Dacic will visit OSCE Missions in Skopje and Podgorica, in February. Minister Dacic underlined that he would participate, in the same capacity, in the UN Security Council meeting of 24 February. The following day, he would attend the hearing before the US Congress Helsinki Committee in Washington DC. In closing his today’s press conference, the Serbian Foreign Minister stated that the Serbian Government was working in unison on the identified foreign policy priorities. Therefore, the promotion of its European integration process, maintaining regional stability, preservation of good relations with traditional partners including cooperation with non-EU Member States are goals that the Republic of Serbia wishes to achieve in the future, in order to ensure for itself the best possible position in the international arena.
 

 


FEBRUARY 15th - NATIONAL DAY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA

Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Pretoria informs that on the occasion of the National Day of the Republic of Serbia – February 15th, the Embassy will be closed on Monday the 16th and Tuesday 17th of February 2015.


SA sends a message of condolences following deadly floods

21 May 2014 - SA sends a message of condolences to several European countries following deadly floods The Government of the Republic of South Africa conveys its deepest condolences to the Governments and the people of the Republic of Serbia, the Republic of Croatia and the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina following recent deadly floods that affected these countries. The severe floods are reported to have claimed the lives of dozens of people, living behind a trail of destruction and devastation. The thoughts of the South African Government and the people are with those who have lost family and friends as a result of the disaster.

http://www.dirco.gov.za/docs/2014/euro0521.html


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