Hellenic Foundation for Culture in Belgrade Hosts Byzantine & Serbian Christmas Concert

On Friday, the 17th of December, the Hellenic Foundation for Culture in Belgrade will host a concert by the Sveti Stefan Dečanski choir under the direction of...

Greek Alpe Adria Hotels to Complete Hotel in Serbia

Greek investment fund Alpe Adria Hotels plans to complete a major construction project in Belgrade worth 130-150 million euros in 2013, reports daily Politika....

Greece Joins 13th International Festival of Archaeological Film in Belgrade

The Hellenic Foundation for Culture in Belgrade will participate at this year’s International Festival of Archaeological Film organized by the National Museum of the...

Visa Abolished for EU Entry for Citizens of Albania & Bosnia Herzegovina

As of December 15th, citizens of Albania and Bosnia Herzegovina will be able to travel to all European countries without the requirement of a...

Greece in 7th Place for Human Rights Violations

According to the annual report of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) released on Thursday, January 30 by the president of the Court...

Greek Kosovo Force Reopens Damaged St. Uros Cathedral, Urosevac

St. Uros Cathedral in Urosevac was one the religious sites affected by the fury of protestors who caused severe damage during the violent events of March...

Ceremony for Greek WWI Victims in Serbia

The annual ceremony honoring the memories of the Greek victims of World War I in Serbia was held at the military cemetery of Pirot,...

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartolomew in Serbia

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew visited Serbia on Oct. 5 to participate in the celebration of the 1700-year anniversary of the "Edict of Milan" which was...

EU Calls for ‘Political Solutions’ in Dealing With Migrant Crisis

European Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management Christos Stylianides has called for "political solutions" in dealing with "the root causes" of the migrant...

Myrtis’ Reconstruction on Display in Montenegro

The girl that put a face to distant antiquity, the reconstructed 11-year-old 'Myrtis' of ancient Athens, has moved to a new 'home' at the...