Ministry of Foreign Affairs Press service
Naples: Days of Serbian culture PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 10 July 2018.
altSerbian jazz and classical music artists featured as performers at Naples' summer event on 7-8 July in the monumental gardens of Maschio Angioino castle, co-hosted by the Serbian Embassy and the municipal cultural and youth secretariats of the city of Naples.
Brasilia: Serbia in the Brazilian media PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 04 July 2018.
altThe Serbian Embassy used the opportunity presented by an interest in upcoming Brazil vs. Serbia football match at 2018 FIFA World Cup to bring Serbia closer to the Brazilian people and to affirm the friendly ties between the two peoples, which, as a result, generated considerable attention to Serbia in their media.
Ankara: An interview by Ambassador Markovic to the "Hürriyet" daily newspaper PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 04 July 2018.
altIn his interview to the daily "Hürriyet", Serbian Ambassador to Turkey Zoran Markovic maintained that the bilateral relations between the two countries were the best in recent history, with no open, outstanding issues.
Paderborn: Serbia as a guest country at the International Festival of Encounters PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 03 July 2018.
altAn event „Serbian night" officially opened on 29 June, in the Schlosshalle of the Paderborn castle, as an introduction to the International Festival of Encounters and organized by the Society of Serbo-German friendship "Nikola Tesla". International encounters are held every year in Paderborn, and this year Serbia was the guest country.
Rome: Ambassador Aleksic speaks on special ties with Naples PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 28 June 2018.
altAmbassador of the Republic of Serbia to the Italian Republic H. E. Mr. Goran Aleksic gave an interview for portal Stylo24, speaking about the special ties that Serbia is developing with the Italian city of Naples.
Brasilia: Brazilian audiences attend screening of “See You in Montevideo” PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 27 June 2018.
altAs a segment of the events marking the 80th anniversary since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Serbia and Brazil, a Serbian film was screened for the first time in Brazil's capital. The film shown was none other than See You in Montevideo using the storyline about Serbia's historic win in a soccer match against Brazil to depict early 20th century former Yugoslavia and Serbia.
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