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Tokyo: Book launch for "Bread and Wild Strawberries" at the Serbian Embassy PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 08 August 2018.
altOn 7 August, the Serbian Embassy in Tokyo hosted a launch event for "Bread and Wild Strawberries", a book by Belgrade University of Philology academic Ms. Kayoko Yamasaki, released in Japanese by Keiso Shobo publisher.
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Banja Luka: Consul General Nikolic talks to "Srpska Today" PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 07 August 2018.
altConsul General Vladimir Nikolic appeared on Radio Television of the Republic of Srpska (RTRS), where he spoke on "Srpska Today" programme. This daily show centred on the Serbia-Srpska collaboration.
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Buenos Aires: Lecture about the Serbian cultural and historical heritage PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 05 August 2018.
altThe Embassy of Serbia in Argentina, in cooperation with Professor at the University of Buenos Aires Diego Hernandez Gomez, an expert on the history of the Balkans, organized a lecture about the cultural and historical heritage of Serbia, with focus on the present-day tourist, commercial and political potential of the two countries.
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Lisbon: Ambassador Antic on Serbia in First World War PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 04 August 2018.
altSerbian Ambassador in Lisbon Oliver Antic wrote an article for Diário de Notícias, a Portuguese daily newspaper, entitled The Great War: The Great Anniversary of the Alliance between Serbia and Portugal, describing the circumstances in Serbia right before the World War I began, the victory of the Serbian army over Austria-Hungary, as well as their suffering during the retreat through Albania.
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Tokyo: Elementary school children from Fujimi visit the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 03 August 2018.
altOn 2 August, the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Japan hosted 80 elementary school children from Fujimi, in the context of cooperation with this twin city of Sabac. The pupils attended a presentation about Serbia in Japanese, which consisted of detailed explanations of the geographic position of Serbia, its history, culture and tradition, as well as of the renowned people from Serbia, including Nikola Tesla, whose bust exists on the Embassy premises.
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Buenos Aires: Serbia introduced itself with the poetry of Desanka Maksimovic PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 August 2018.
altThe Embassy of Serbia participated in the Second State Seminar on Slavonic Languages, held at the Floreal Gorini Cooperative Cultural Center, sponsored by the Argentina-based Dostoevsky Association and by the Slavonic Literature Department of the Buenos Aires University Faculty of Philology. The seminar brought together students, professors and admirers of Slavonic literature.
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