EU Information Network in Serbia project implemented by Eptisa SEE supported the EU Delegation to Serbia in organising of the first EU Opportunity Week. The series of events was organised in a partnership of EU Delegation and the Government of the Republic of Serbia.
The EU Opportunity Week entailed more than 100 sessions and panels, during which participants discussed economy, agriculture, business, education, youth, sports, culture, media, civil society, local development, and green transition with professional partners
The European Union offers opportunities for the citizens of Serbia to improve in all these, but also in many other areas. Over 3,500 people followed the event online, while over 1,800 visitors watched and listened to it live – in Belgrade, Novi Sad and Niš.
For the first time, all representatives of programs and funds available to the citizens of Serbia were gathered in one place, who shared specific information about the application procedure and were also available at online stands to respond to all inquiries from interested users.
If you are interested in concrete possibilities, which you can achieve with the help of European Union funds – mostly grants – follow the websites:
In addition, if you want to watch the sessions of the EU Week of Opportunities, all the videos will soon be available on EU u Srbiji YouTube channel.
The EU Opportunity Week was also supported by numerous partners from the ministries of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, various organizations and foundations.
The addresses on behalf of the EU were given by Oliver Varhey – the European Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement, Emmanuele Giaufret – the EU Ambassador to Serbia, Plamena Halacheva – Deputy Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia, and others.
The events were supported and visited by numerous officials – the Prime Minister of Serbia – Ana Brnabić, the President of Serbia – Aleksandar Vučić, the Minister of European Integration – Tanja Miščević, the Minister of Mining and Energy – Dubravka Đedović, the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure – Goran Vesić, then the Minister of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs Nikola Selaković, the Acting Minister of Education Đorđe Milićević, the Minister of Human and Minority Rights and Social Dialogue, Tomislav Žigmanov, and Bojan Maričik – the Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of North Macedonia for European Affairs.
All participants were united in one message – take advantage of the many opportunities and apply for grants and favourable loans of the European Union!