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Gouillon: We Are Ready to Help Serbs Preserve Their Identity

The Director of the Serbian Government’s Directorate for Cooperation with the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region, Arnaud Gouillon, met with Serb representatives in North Macedonia and expressed the Directorate’s readiness to support their efforts to preserve their identity in that country by project co-financing. Gouillon also met with the mayor of Kumanovo, Maksim Dimitrijevski, and discussed support to the Serbian

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Serbian Language Lectorate Established in Ljubljana

Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy in Novi Sad, Ivana Živančević Sekeruš, and Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana, Mojca Schlamberger Brezer, signed a cooperation agreement establishing the Serbian Language Lectorate in Ljubljana, announced the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This is the first time such a lectorate opens in Slovenia. The signing of the agreement was preceded by lengthy negotiations.

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Republic of Srpska Prime Minister Radovan Višković Spoke with Corfu Mayor, Meropi Ydraiou

During a several-day visit to Greece, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Srpska, Radovan Višković, spoke yesterday in the city of Corfu with its Mayor, Meropi Ydraiou. The meeting discussed further strengthening and deepening of friendly and cultural and historical ties between the Serbian and Greek people, and expressed mutual interest in cooperation in various fields, with an emphasis on education and tourism.

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Milimir Vujadinović: We Write History with Projects

It is evident that people in the Republic of Srpska and FBiH notice and feel Serbia’s constant care for the position of the Serbian people because investments cannot be denied, nor can the efforts to protect Serb property. We also listen to representatives of associations, all with the sole purpose of helping our compatriots while in no way harming others. This is a statement for Glas by the chairman of

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Reception in the Eparchy of Austria-Switzerland

On 9 June 2022, Bishop Andrej of Austria-Switzerland hosted a reception in Vienna for the producers of the documentary Jeni – a Little Light from the West: Nataša Kulašinac, director of the Istočno Sarajevo Main Library, Snježan Lalović, director of the Republic of Srpska Cinematheque, and academician Mirko Šošić, editor of the book Pale War Diary 1993-1995, which was made into the film. The reception was also attended by

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Višković Visited Serbian House in Corfu

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Srpska, Radovan Višković, visited the Serbian House in Corfu today. Višković visited the museum exhibition Serbs in Corfu 1916-1918. On that occasion, he pointed out that his visit to the island of Corfu was an opportunity to see what our ancestors had survived and what they had had to go through so that we could enjoy

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Cooperation Agreement between Istočno Sarajevo Main Library and Austrian Prosvjeta Signed in Vienna

An agreement on cooperation between the Istočno Sarajevo Main Library and Serbian Cultural and Educational Society Prosvjeta Austria was signed yesterday in the premises of the Republic of Srpska Representative Office in Vienna. The agreement signed by Nataša Kulašinac, the director of the Istočno Sarajevo Main Library, and Marko Sarić, the president of the Austrian Prosvjeta, was implemented with the support of the Republic of Srpska Representation in Austria, and

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Austrian Premiere of Film about Jeni Ligtenberg

Last night, Vienna hosted the Austrian premiere of the documentary film Jeni – a Little Light from the West, directed by Slobodan Simojlović. Numerous prominent representatives of the Serbian community in Vienna attended the screening of the film dedicated to the Dutchwoman Jeni Ligtenberg, who was on a humanitarian mission in Pale during the last war in BiH. The film is based on the book Pale War Diary 1993-1995

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UCC RS Doctors to Be Educated in Austria Again From Autumn

The meeting between the director general of the University Clinical Center of the Republic of Srpska (UCC RS), Vlado Đajić, and doctor of the AKH clinic in Vienna, Peter Frigo, agreed on continuing the cooperation between the two health institutions, and education of doctors from Banja Luka in Austria to continue in September. The meeting was attended by the head of the Republic of Srpska Representative Office in Austria, Mladen Filipović, and Banja Luka doctor

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Three-Month Serbian Language and Culture Course Successfully Completed!

In cooperation with the City of Thessaloniki, the Republic of Srpska Representative Office in Greece organized free classes of Serbian language and culture, which have been successfully completed after three months. A small celebration was organized on that occasion, where the head of the Representation, Jelena Jovanović, handed symbolic letters of appreciation to all attendees. The celebration included a music program where all attendees

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