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23.06.2022 - Ambassador Željko Jović attended the men's volleyball match between Serbia and the USA in Sofia

Ambassador Jović attended the volleyball match between the men's national teams of Serbia and the USA, within the volleyball League of Nations, which is being held in Sofia and in which 16 national teams from all over the world are participating.

In addition to the cheering and logistical support he provided to the Serbian national team, the ambassador after the match, on the field of Hale Armeec, with special pleasure congratulated the recent marriage of the member and captain of the Bulgarian volleyball team Elica Vasileva, and Serbian team member Aleksandar Atanasievic, by which they confirmed the closeness of the two peoples and the two states.

Accompanied by the President of the Volleyball Federation of the Republic of Bulgaria, Ljubomir Ganev, and numerous guests from the public and political life of Bulgaria, Ambassador will support the Serbian national team in the next three days, in matches with Brazil, Canada and Australia.


21.06.2022 - Ambassador Željko Jović attended the Sofia Economic Forum III

On june 21, 2022 Ambassador Željko Jović attended the Sofia Economic Forum III, organized by the non-profit organization Delphi Economic Forum and the NGO Center for Liberal Strategies.

During the forum, which was held in the form of panel discussions, the scenario of a new global and regional security order after the military conflicts in Ukraine was analyzed, and topics on the importance of EU enlargement, geopolitical tensions and energy transition, strategic infrastructure projects and digital transformation were discussed. Participants also discussed the challenges of economic growth, inflation, candidacy for the eurozone, the development of regional economic clusters and the labor market, the transport sector, as well as foreign direct investment.

The forum was opened by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of the Republic of Bulgaria, A. Vasilev, and was attended by the Deputy Minister of Energy of the Republic of Bulgaria, Iva Petrova, Principal Advisor to the Greek PM for Energy, G. Kremlis, President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria, O. Marquette, Executive Director of Bulgartransgas, V. Malinov, Head of Division Financial Stability Department of the National Bank of Romania, F. Dragu, Deputy Minister of National Defense of Greece, N. Chardalias, representatives of state financial institutions, regional and domestic representatives of economic entities, Ambassador of France to the Republic of Bulgaria, F. Robine, amb. of Greece, Dimitros Chronopoulos, and other members of the diplomatic corps, and the European Commissioner for EU Enlargement, Oliver Varhelji addressed the audience via a video message.


20.06.2022 – Ambassador Jović attended the celebration of the Municipal holiday of Elin Pelin " Шопски празник"

Traditional celebration of the „Шопски празник“, which was held at the city stadium of Elin Pelin, a Municipality that is twinned with the Municipality of Leskovac, was attended by Ambassador Željko Jović.

On that occasion, Ambassador Jović addressed the present citizens of this small but highly developed industrial zone (the third largest in the Republic of Bulgaria), as well as other present guests, thanking the Mayor Ivaylo Simeonov and the municipal administration for their work during the implementation of joint cross-border and other projects with Serbian Municipalities, and on activities that bring together two fraternal peoples and two friendly states. In that sense, the Ambassador emphasized his readiness to continue to personally, along with the entire staff of the Serbian Embassy in Sofia, contribute to strengthening relations in all areas of mutual, already fruitful cooperation.

A delegation of professors and students of the Higher School of Tourism from Leskovac also attended the weeklong celebration, and presented their culinary skills and specialties, for which Leskovac is very famous in Bulgaria and the entire region.


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