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Preparatory meeting for the Panel discussion on blockchain technologies in Serbia and Switzerland 8.9.2023.

At the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in the Swiss Confederation, on September 8, 2023, Ambassador G. Bradić and Deputy Head of Mission B. Stojanović met with representatives of SSBN (Swiss Serbian Business Network) Marija Srbljin and Nikola Anđelković, as well as the president of the Swiss Association "Home of Blockchain"  A. Brunner (Alexander E. Brunner). The joint organization of a panel discussion on the application of blockchain technologies in Serbia and Switzerland was agreed upon at the meeting. November 30 of this year was set as the date of the Panel.

            A. Bruner pointed out in the conversation that Switzerland is one of the first countries in the world that regulated the application of blockchain technologies in its legislation, and is also one of the world leaders in this field. He assessed that Serbia has an extraordinary base for the development of the mentioned technology, thanks to the results so far in the field of digitization and services in the field of ICT, and that is why he would like to cooperate with our companies, but also with state institutions in this matter.

Among other things, the Embassy representatives conveyed to Bruner and SSBN representatives the information that the State Data Center in Kragujevac received a certificate from one of the German institutions this month, thanks to which its rating was officially confirmed as one of the eight most reliable institutions of its kind in the world. We pointed out that Serbia was the first in the region to adopt a Strategy on Artificial Intelligence, that together with the World Economic Forum (WEF) from Geneva we founded the Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in Belgrade, that work is being done on the construction of the Bio4Campus in Belgrade, as well as other relevant information.

           The gathering, where around 150 entrepreneurs are expected, mostly from Switzerland, but also a certain number of representatives of companies from Serbia, possibly representatives of the MFA of Switzerland from the Department dealing with the "Digital Democracy" project, will be opened by the Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the Swiss Confederation, H.E. G. Bradić.

            Association "Home of Blockchain" operates within one of the three most influential economic associations S-GE / Switzerland Global Enterprise, while SSBN gathers around 1,800 members from various economic branches (manufacturing activities, insurance, banking, ICT and other branches).

International competition for children and young people COMIC STRIP 2023. 04.07.2023.

We would like to inform you that the Festival of the Ninth Art, within which a contest for children and young people from 5 to 18 years old, called "COMIC STRIP 2023", will be held again this year at the Children's Cultural Center in Belgrade. The deadline for the submission of works is November 19, 2023. You can find more information about the competition HERE.

Serbia represented at the "Romanian Village" in Freiburg, 24.06.2023.

On Saturday, 24.06.2023, on the central square in Freiburg, the event "Romanian Village", dedicated to Romanian folk costumes, took place third time in a row. The organizer was the "Romanian-Swiss Cultural Association" and the guests, alongside our country, were Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine and Slovenia. In the cultural and artistic part, Serbia was represented by the Art Center "Soko" from Basel, while the Consul of the Republic of Serbia in Bern, Predrag Mandić, greeted the attendees on behalf of the Embassy, pointing out the tourism potential of Serbia and the hospitality of its people. This year, Serbia had its own stand where it presented the Serbian national costume, as well as famous personalities originating from Serbia. Thanks to the exhibited brochures of the Tourist organization of Serbia, specially prepared photographs, maps of Serbia and other items from our rich tradition, passers-by could learn that Tesla was a Serb, that Albert Einstein's first wife was a Serbian, as well as remind themselves what Serbia looks like, with Kosovo and Metohija as its integral part. We answered numerous questions and were pleased to note that the willingness of citizens from this part of Switzerland to visit our country is great.
Art Center "Soko" presented itself at this event through two ensembles - an adult singing group consisting of Andrijana Adamović, Natalija Stanković and Milica Milutinović, while the children's singing group was presented by Dijana Jovičić, Mia Petrović, Teodora Panić, Marta and Petra Adamović. The musical accompaniment consisted of Nikola Todorović on the clarinet and his father Dejan on the guitar. Andrijana Adamović, who leads both singing groups of the Art Center "Soko", thrilled the audience with a solo performance of the folk song "Moba prela kod kneza Lazara ".
We are convinced that the good cooperation of our Embassy with the "Romanian-Swiss Cultural Association" will continue in the future, in order to convey the diversity of the cultures of the peoples of Switzerland in the most beautiful way.


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