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Welcome to the official website of the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Serbia to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.
Our task is to present and promote the interests of the Republic of Serbia in the Council of Europe. The Permanent Mission of Serbia is the main link between Serbian authorities and the Council of Europe.
The work of the Mission focuses on European cooperation in the field of democracy, protection and promotion of human rights and the rule of law. The Permanent Mission was established in 2003 and since than has been working regularly.
On this website, you can find all important information regarding our work in Strasbourg. We wish you a successful browsing.
On our part, we will be ready to answer all your questions concerning our activities.

Thank you for your kind interest.


Head of the Permanent Mission and the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Serbia to the Council of Europe

 

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AMBASSADOR DJUROVIC SIGNED PROTOCOL AMENDING THE CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUALS WITH REGARD TO AUTOMATIC PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA

Ambassador Aleksandra Djurovic, in the presence of Gabriella Bataini Dragoni, Deputy Secretary General of the Council of Europe, signed the Protocol amending the Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data, adopted in Strasbourg, on the 10th of October 2018.

The Protocol was signed at the Palace of Europe in Strasbourg, on the 22nd of November 2019. So far, 36 States have signed the Protocol, including the Republic of Serbia.

The aim of the Protocol of amendment is to modernise and improve the Convention, taking into account the new challenges to the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data, which have emerged since the Convention was adopted in 1980.

 

 

 


Informal reception at the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Serbia to the Council of Europe for the participants at the 8th World Forum for Democracy from Serbia

Тhe Permanent Mission of Serbia to the Council of Europe organized an informal reception for the participants at the 8th World Forum for Democracy from “Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence”, on the 6th of November 2019.

Welcoming the guests, Ambassador Aleksandra Djurovic expressed her pleasure that participants from Serbia are present at the 8th World Forum for Democracy. She also stressed the importance of participation from Serbia to different meetings organized by the Council of Europe. This was the opportunity for the guests to hear from the Ambassador about the work of the Permanent Mission of Serbia, as well as the functioning of the Council of Europe, confronted with many challenges while dealing with promotion of human rights, democracy and rule of law.

 

 

 

 


AMBASSADOR DJUROVIC SIGNED THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE CONVENTION ON THE COUNTERFEITING OF MEDICAL PRODUCTS AND SIMILAR CRIMES INVOLVING THREATS TO PUBLIC HEALTH

Ambassador Alexandra Djurovic, in the presence of Gabriella Bataini-Dragoni, Deputy Secretary General of the Council of Europe, signed the Council of Europe Convention on counterfeiting of medical products and similar crimes involving threats to public health, adopted in Moscow, on the 28th of October 2011, commonly known as Medicrime Convention.

The Convention was signed at the Palace of Europe in Strasbourg, on the 2nd of September 2019, as a part of the “Treaty week” ceremony, organized as a celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Council of Europe. So far, 32 States have signed the Convention, including the Republic of Serbia, with 16 States having already completed the ratification procedure.

The aim of the Convention is to reduce the risk to human health by establishing a legal framework for cooperation around the world in the fight against counterfeiting of medical products and similar crimes.

 

 

 

 





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