Ministry of Foreign Affairs Press service
Tallinn: Ambassador Obradovic attending the European Commission seminar entitled “Will the European Union expand further? PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 May 2018.
altA seminar titled "Will the European Union expand further?" was held at the headquarters of the European Commission's Representation in Tallinn, on 15 May. The speakers included Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia Sven Mikser and Deputy Head of the EEAS Division for the Western Balkans Clive Rumbold, as well as Serbian Ambassador Sasa Obradovic. The seminar was also attended by parliamentary representatives, Government officials, Director of the Division of South-Eastern Europe of the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ingrid Kressel and representatives from a dozen EU Member States' embassies.
New York: Exhibition of Slovak naïve art from Serbia at UN Headquarters PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 22 May 2018.
altAn exhibition of paintings entitled "Slovak Naïve Art in Serbia" was staged at UN Headquarters in New York by Permanent Missions of Serbia and Slovakia to the United Nations and opened by Permanent Representatives of the two countries, Ambassadors Milan Milanovic and Michal Mlynár, on 21 May.
Hamburg: Serbia in the Long Night of Consulates PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 19 May 2018.
altThe Consulate General of Serbia in Hamburg was open, in the night of 15 May, to the visitors of the Long Night of Consulates, an event of the Europe Week celebrated in May every year under the sponsorship of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. This is the sixth time that the Serbian Consulate has taken part in the event, along with 29 other consulates, 4 cultural and information institutions and the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.
Berlin: Students visiting the Embassy PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 18 May 2018.
altStudents of the fifth grade of "Bornholmer" Elementary School in Pankow, a district in the north of Berlin, visited our Embassy, on 16 May, as they were tasked at the "Fair Friends" event to represent Serbia as the participating country of the World Football Cup 2018. The event will be held in Poland and will gather German and Polish schools, each of which will represent one country participating in the football competition.
Pretoria: Marking the anniversary of St. Sava School PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 17 May 2018.
altAnniversary of St. Sava School, which operates in Johannesburg, Pretoria, under the curriculum of the Ministry of Education of Serbia, was marked by the Embassy of Serbia in the Republic of South Africa, on 12 May, in cooperation with the cultural and artistic group "Africa".
Sofia: Reception for Bulgarian journalists at the Embassy PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 16 May 2018.
altEmbassy of Serbia in Sofia hosted a reception for Bulgarian journalists and travel agency owners on the occasion of their visit to the Zlatibor region, at the invitation of the Tourism Organization of Zlatibor. A free three-day stay will be provided for some 20 representatives of the media and travel agencies from 25 to 27 May, as well as the touring of Zlatibor district landmarks.
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