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Klokić and Milićević at Republic of Srpska Stand: Drina Is Our Connecting Backbone

The Minister of European Integration and International Cooperation in the Government of the Republic of Srpska, Zlatan Klokić, and Minister without portfolio in charge of coordinating activities and measures in the field of relations between the Republic of Serbia and the diaspora, Đorđe Milićević, visited the stands presenting tourism offer of the Republic of Srpska at Belgrade International Tourism Fair and said that we were the same people

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Minister Klokić will Visit the 45th International Tourism Fair

The 45th International Tourism Fair opened in Belgrade, where around 500 exhibitors from more than 27 countries, including the Republic of Srpska, will present their tourism offer from 22 to 25 February. Srpska’s tourism offer is presented at a stand provided by the Republic of Srpska Representative Office in Serbia and Republic of Srpska Tourism Organization, where

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New Connecting of Republic of Srpska Companies with Austrian Businessmen, Call for Applications

WIFI International (Department of the Chamber of Commerce) Vienna, in cooperation with the Representative Office of the Republic of Srpska in Austria, Innovation Center Banja Luka, Investment Development Bank of the Republic of Srpska and Development Agency of the Republic of Srpska has issued a call to all interested companies to apply for the project of connecting companies from the Republic of Srpska with businessmen in Austria. Business connecting is intended for management and representatives

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Serbian Heritage Museum Windsor Is Largest Serbian Museum outside Serbia

The small town of Windsor, Canada, has seen decades of successful operation of the Serbian Heritage Museum of Windsor, i.e. the Museum of Serbian Cultural Heritage, which has so far organized events, promotions, literary evenings and exhibitions, all with one goal – preservation of the Serbian language, tradition and culture in the diaspora. – The Serbian Heritage Museum of Windsor was founded in 1987

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Serbia Decorated Diaspora

The Statehood Day of Serbia was important for a hundred great men of Serbian culture and society. President Aleksandar Vučić presented decorations to the most deserving individuals. The recipients of Sretenje Order, Gold Medal of Merit and other decorations included Serbs from the diaspora. Cardiologist Ninoslav Radovanović from Slovenia, academician, doctor of medical sciences, one of the best cardiac surgeons in Europe. He worked

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Serbia Celebrated Statehood Day - Fight for Freedom of Serbian People Continues

Serbia celebrated Candlemas – its Statehood Day, 220 years since the First Serbian Uprising and 189 years since the Sretenje Constitution, which started the development of the modern Serbian state. Events were held in Orašac, Oplenac, Kragujevac and Belgrade. The central event in Orašac was attended by the President of the Republic of Srpska, Milorad Dodik, together with many officials of Serbia and Republic of Srpska. The ceremony

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Serbian Supplementary Schools in Prague and Reykjavik

Minister without portfolio in charge of coordinating activities and measures in the field of relations between the Republic of Serbia and the diaspora, Đorđe Milićević, officially opened the Helen of Anjou Serbian supplementary school in Prague. The school is attended by 56 students, and the minister presented them all with Cyrillic primers and reading materials. ‘One of the most important aspects of my work as the minister in charge of the diaspora is supporting

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First Chicago Performance by Children Originating from RS and Serbia

On the occasion of Candlemas – Serbian Statehood Day, two children’s plays premiered at the Serbian Drama Theater in Chicago in the crowded Nikola Tesla Cultural Center at the Church of St Nicholas, to the great satisfaction of the audience over little actors managing to overcome the huge linguistic challenge after months of effort. Little acting lovers originating from different parts of Serbia and

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Krajina Evenings in Toronto: Serbs Nurture Folk Customs Even in Faraway Country

Krajina Serbs who found their new homeland and refuge in the region of the Canadian megalopolis of Toronto do not forget the traditional customs from the regions they had come from. They confirmed this by Krajina Evenings program, organized at the beginning of February in Hamilton, says Ilija Vujanović, originally from Kordun. The organizer of this sixth event was the School of Serbian Folklore Sloga from Hamilton. Performances were given by

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Cvijanović in Rotterdam: We Are One and Indivisible People Wherever We Live

We gathered today prayerfully and congregationally in the Church of the Holy Trinity in Rotterdam to mark the Day of the Republic of Srpska and Candlemas – the Statehood Day of Serbia, said the Serb member of BiH Presidency, Željka Cvijanović. – By celebrating these two important holidays for Serbia and Srpska together, our compatriots in Rotterdam witness in the most beautiful way that we are one

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