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Programmes of housing reconstruction after floods adopted

The Serbian government adopted at 24 July 2014 session – the programmes of reconstruction of destroyed and damaged houses in the areas hit by the May floods, which envisage the construction of 350 houses and the payment of financial assistance to owners of 10,000 damaged family housing units.

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#HelpSerbia Account Balance

Through the Pay Pal account over 690 000 euros collected for flood relief. Ministry of Finance data concerning balance of dinar and foreign currency accounts for floodrelief are updated on the web site on daily basis.

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#SerbiaNeedsHelp #SerbiaFloods

 Last updatе November 21, 2014 The Government of the Republic of Serbia opened the RSD and foreign currency relief account for flood victims and dealing with the aftermath of natural disaster. Financial help is priority for foreign donations. PayPal account for humanitarian aid for flood victims in Serbia is also available. Visit  floodrelief.gov.rs   PayPal account for humanitarian aid for flood victims in …

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No misuse of humanitarian aid

At a session of the Emergency Situations HQ of the Republic of Serbia, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić was explicit in stating that there must not be any misuse of aid. Humanitarian aid- customs procedures and other information. “Every type of assistance and every dinar coming from home or abroad must be accounted for and there must not be a …

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Diaspora and Serbs in the region under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is taking charge of the activities of the Office for Cooperation with the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region. Article 13 of the Law on Ministries provides for the establishment of the Office for Cooperation with the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region, as an administrative body within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA). The Republic …

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Include Diaspora in the Reform Process

“The Serbian diaspora should be included in the reforms that will be implemented by the future government, and money from abroad must be redirected toward investments instead of consumption, said the participants of today’s “Include the Diaspora in Reforms” conference held in the Tanjug Press Centre. The conference, which was organised by the Serbian Government Office for the Diaspora and …

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Serbia: Responsible and Serious

The Serbia-Germany Forum association has been founded in Belgrade with the goal of improving economic and political cooperation between the two countries. Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić is an honorary member of the Forum. Relations between Serbia and Germany are important for the continued development of Europe, said Gerhard Schröder, the honorary guest of the Forum. Aleksandar Vučić, …

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Serbia Does Not Accept UNHCR Recommendation

Serbia does not accept the recommendation of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) on the negation of refugee status for refugees from Croatia, and will continue to provide full protection and support to all refugees on its territory, according to a statement from the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs released today. Serbia will continue to contribute as much …

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An album of memories – our ancestors from the first world war

To commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the First World War, an Album of Memories of Our Ancestors from the Great War is being compiled. The Association of Warriors’ Descendants from Serbia, 1912 to 1920, in collaboration with the Office for Cooperation with the Diaspora and Serbs in the region, part of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, has launched …

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Slavka Draskovic on the diaspora, with ambassador Wilhelm

Director of the Serbian Government’s  Office for the Diaspora, Dr Slavka Draskovic, talked to the Ambassador of Germany, Heinz Wilhelm, about Office activities, investments and diaspora events in the Federal Republic of Germany. The meeting at the Office for the Diaspora was also attended by Inge Erler, Head of the Culture Department and Marko Čadež, Press and Public Relations Counselor …

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