Serbia is an independent state nestled between Central Europe and to the southeast. The geographical position – between Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia – is the cornerstone of Serbia State the entire Balkan region, with a bridgehead to Russia.

The country is crossed by the Corridor 10 and Corridor 7, major roads that run through Serbia and make strategically connected with Northern Europe and Southern Europe (Corridor 10) and Central Europe and south-west Europe (Corridor 7).

Serbia has about 7 million inhabitants and its capital, Belgrade, is considered one of the most important cities in the Balkans.

It ‘a dynamic country in which the cultural and geographical diversity is accompanied by the determination of the population in activating initiatives to promote social and economic growth of the territory.