Advisor to the President, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia
Nenad Đurđević, is an advisor to the President of the Chamber on foreign policy and economic relations focusing on political and economic developments in the Western Balkan; institutional relations with European Union and the United States of America; creation of a single economic area through implementation of the EU supported Common Regional Market; monitoring implementation of CEFTA and other regional agreements. He is following implementation and advising President on the Open Balkan Initiative too.
During his engagement in the Chambers he worked as a Director of the Foreign Economic Relations Directorate being responsible for coordination of the activities related to the promoting Serbian companies abroad, providing adequate support to both local and international companies in doing business in Serbia
He was a coordinator of the Forum for Ethnic Relations, an NGO involved in the support of building democratic institutions, contributing to peaceful and democratic solutions to ethnic conflicts. Mr. Đurđević also has an extensive work record in working for governmental institutions. He served inter alia as Director of the Directorate for Human and Minority Rights under the Ministry of Human and Minority Rights, Public Administration and Local Self-Government, as Director of the Coordination Body for the Municipalities of Preševo, Bujanovac and Medveđa in the Government of Serbia.
Mr. Đurđević, worked as an expert consultant for the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities in Kyrgyz Republic tasked to develop a proposal for participation of national minorities in the state institutions and public life.
Mr. Đurđević graduated from the Law Faculty in Belgrade and attended post graduate studies in Central European University, Budapest.
Mr. Đurđević published a number of papers on ethnic minority related issues and has extensive experience in providing expertize and advise for a number of national and international institutions.