Ministry of European Integration

21. September 2017. | Belgrade

Today we mark European Territorial Cooperation Day

Today we mark the European Territorial Cooperation Day, 21 September, dedicated to cross-border cooperation and programmes that the EU funds across Europe. Since 2013, when the European Commission decided to further promote support for cross-border and transnational projects, Serbia and 40 other European countries have joined this initiative.

18. September 2017. | Belgrade

Documentary Film Festival European Cooperation: Film Story on 22−24 September in Belgrade

The Ministry of European Integration of the Republic of Serbia invites you to a three-day documentary film festival called European Cooperation: Film Story that will be held at the Vlada Divljan Cultural Centre, on 22−24 September, on the occasion of the European Cooperation Day.

Belgrade and its Friends | Applied Nostalgia

07. September 2017. |

Belgrade and its Friends | Applied Nostalgia

"Applied Nostalgia" is celebrating its 10 Year Anniversary this year. The project consists of double exhibitions of photographs by two European photographers - one from EU candidate Serbia and one from the EU country holding the Council's Presidency each year, since 2007.  We spoke to Ksenija Milenković, the Acting Assistant Minister from the Serbian Ministry of European Integration, about the project.

49% of citizens strongly support Serbia’s membership to EU

24. July 2017. | Belgrade

49% of citizens strongly support Serbia’s membership to EU

If a referendum were to be held tomorrow with the question "Do you support Serbia’s membership to the EU?", 49% of Serbian citizens would be in favour, 27% would be against, 13% would not vote, and 11% would not know what to answer. These are the results of the latest public opinion poll called European Orientation of Serbian Citizens that was conducted by the Ministry of European Integration in June 2017. The poll was carried out in compliance with the Eurobarometer standard, and 1,064 respondents older than 18 took part in it.

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