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INVITATION TO TENDER

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Hungary announces an invitation to the tender  for the provision of real estate sales services for the sale  of former Yugoslav diplomatic real estate in New York (2), Tokio, Bonn and Bern.

Additional documents for the participation at the tender: Tenderer Information Sheet, Tender Bond (guarantee), Performance Bond (guarantee).


 
 
 
The Embassy celebrated National Day and the Day of the Serbian Armed Forces, February 18, 2016

On the occasion of the National Day of the Republic of Serbia and the Day of the Serbian Armed Forces, the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Budapest held a traditional reception on February 18, 2016, which was attended by many guests from the Hungarian state institutions, diplomatic corps and military attaches corps, representatives of the Serbian community and the Serbian Orthodox Church in Hungary.
The Ambassador Rade Drobac welcomed the guests and enumerate the main results the country achieved in the past year, between them the opening of the first negotiating chapters with EU, in December last year. Ambassador pointed out that regional cooperation and improving relations with the neighbors represent the priority of the Serbian foreign policy. In this regard, Ambassador R. Drobac added that bilateral cooperation with Hungary during the last year continues to go upward. This is witnessed by numerous visits of senior officials of the two countries, open and friendly conversation on various issues, including minorities. He also stated that good bilateral relations is followed by the constant growth of trade and economic cooperation, and significantly improved cooperation between two countries in one of the largest infrastructural projects in the region - the reconstruction of the railway Belgrade-Budapest in cooperation with China. Ambassador emphasized that in the recent years so much has been done on both sides in order to resolve the issues that burden the minority communities, and underlined his satisfaction that the Hungarian side has taken concrete measures to address issues of importance for the Serbian minority in Hungary.
The reception was attended by H. E. Sándor Pintér, Minister of Interior of Hungary, while the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary was represented by Zsolt Csutora, Deputy State Secretary for the policy of opening to the East, who welcomed the participants and said that bilateral relations between two countries are at the highest historical level, and in this regard stressed the importance of further developing the strategic cooperation between Hungary and Serbia. Mr. Csutora emphasized that Hungary will continue strongly to advocate accession of the Republic of Serbia to EU, and that the priority of the Hungarian Government is the promotion of good neighborly relations.


The Embassy celebrated the National Day and the Day of the Serbian Armed Forces, February 18, 2015

On the occasion of the National Day of the Republic of Serbia and the Day of the Serbian Armed Forces, on February 18, 2015, the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Budapest held a traditional ceremonial reception, which was attended by many guests from the Hungarian State institutions, diplomatic corp, military attachés corp, police attachés, representatives of the Serbian Community and the Serbian Orthodox Church in Hungary.
The guests were welcomed by H.E. Mr. Rade Drobac, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia, who emphasized the symbolism of the National Day and the Day of the Serbian Armed Forces, and pointed out the most important results that Serbia has made in the past year. In terms of bilateral cooperation with Hungary, Ambassador Drobac said that during the last year they were further improved, as evidenced by numerous visits on the highest level of two countries, as well as open and friendly discussions on a variety of issues, including the issue of minorities and the support provided by Hungary to the Republic of Serbia on its path towards the EU. The Ambassador of Serbia pointed out the fact that a certificate of good bilateral relations is a constant growth of trade, as well as the agreement on the largest infrastructural project in the region - the reconstruction of the railway Belgrade-Budapest.
On behalf of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, the guests were greeted by H. E. Mr. I. Ijgyártó, State Secretary for Cultural and Science Diplomacy, who said that the relations between Hungary and Serbia are stable and strong, as well as that the priority of the Hungarian Government is the promotion of good neighbourly relations. He stressed that the Serbian minority in Hungary and the Hungarian minority in Serbia play an important role and represent a significant foothold in the relations between two countries. Also, he added that the Hungarian priority is strengthening of bilateral relations, which will be the main topic of the next Summit of two governments, which will be held in Budapest, in June this year. Mr. Ijgyártó pointed out that Hungary supports the EU enlargement process, and provides full support to Serbia on its path to join the EU.


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