Mark Hetfield, the president and CEO of HIAS - the oldest refugee agency in the world, spoke at the Foreign Press Center in New York. The topic was the coming UN and the U.S. refugee and migrant summits scheduled for September 19th and 20th this year.
- 16.05.2016 Beograd
As EU and U.S. assistance to independent media in Serbia and Montenegro declines, Russians are seizing the opportunity to support and promote pro-Russian media, broadcasting news in the local language, and investing in media development in the western Balkans. This turn of events bears watching by the international media development community and advocates for free and independent media.
In an interviewwith Novi magazin, David McAllister speaks to Julijana Mojsilovic about Serbia's successes and failures on its way to the EU in 2015; relations between Belgrade and Pristina; possible timetable for opening new chapters and eventual end of accession process
This year around 800,000 refugees, mostly from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, but also from Eritrea, Sudan, Somalia, and other countries which the refugees come from, crossed trough Serbia along the so called Balkan route...
In organisation of BELhospice and the diplomatic and economic community in Serbia, the sixth humanitarian ball will be held in the Crown Plaza Hotel in Belgrade on November 28. The money gathered at the ball will be used for the BELhospice functioning, as well as for building the first hospice in Serbia that will be located in belgrade.
In an interview with Novi magazin, H.E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad, the Kingdom of Norway ambassador to Belgrade speaks about the relations between his country and Serbia, about the economic links, Norway's NO to the EU membership and the “secret” of his country's success.
The terrorist attacks that Paris suffered on Friday evening have caused tremendous shock and grief, but also fear and insecurity, not only in France, but throughout Europe. This new wave of Islamist terror, which may be followed by further attacks in Europe and elsewhere, has hit France and the EU at a particularly sensitive moment. The atrocious killings may have disruptive effects for European integration, liberalism, and democracy in Europe, in particular given the multiple crises the Union is already facing.