Ministry of Foreign Affairs Press service
Rome: Film screening of "Seven Men from the Drina River" documentary about Italian volunteers in the Great War PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 February 2020.
altThe documentary film about Garibaldi volunteers in the Serbian army, who fought in the Battle of Cer at the outbreak of World War I, "Seven Men from the Drina River" was screened at Cinema Tiziano on 27 February. The Serbian Embassy and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spouses and Staff Association organized the film screening which was supported by the City of Belgrade Secretariat for Culture and Youth Theater DADOV.
Nairobi: Ambassador Zupanjevac gives an interview to Kenya's The Star daily newspaper PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 25 February 2020.
altAmbassador Dragan Zupanjevac gave an interview to Kenya's The Star daily newspaper. Discussing various topics ranging from the breakup of Yugoslavia, the issue of Kosovo and Metohija and sports, Ambassador elaborated on the depth of ties between Kenya and Serbia which established diplomatic relations 57 years ago.
Zagreb: Opening of the Exhibition "Ivo Andric – a Writer and/or a Diplomat" PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 22 February 2020.
altAt the initiative of the Serbian Embassy, the exhibition entitled "Ivo Andric – a Writer and/or a Diplomat", dedicated to the diplomatic career of Ivo Andric and his corresponding collection of literary works, was opened in the grand hall of the SKD "Prosvjeta" Library in Zagreb, on 21 February.
Ottawa: Creative Workshop on St. Sava Day PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 25 January 2020.
altThe Serbian Embassy in Ottawa was visited by elementary school students learning Serbian as an elective subject within the Ontario Ministry of Education. On the occasion of St. Sava's Day, the Embassy hosted twenty-nine children and some twenty parents.
Ottawa: Ambassador Papazoglu delivered a lecture at the University of Ottawa PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 January 2020.
altSerbian Ambassador Mihailo Papazoglu gave a lecture on bilateral relations between Serbia and Canada at the University of Ottawa, Political Studies Department. The lecture was attended by more than 50 students, and their questions referred to Kosovo and Metohija, Republic of Srpska, influences of Turkey, Russia and the EU on Serbia's politics.
Tel Aviv: Aleksandar Nikolic becomes Honorary Consul in Beersheba PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 January 2020.
altAleksandar Nikolic was appointed Honorary Consul of Serbia in Beersheba at the formal ceremony of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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