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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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Preserve Serbian Language and Cyrillic Alphabet

On the occasion of International Mother Language Day, the Minister without portfolio in the Government of the Republic of Serbia in charge of coordinating activities and measures in the field of relations with the diaspora, Đorđe Milićević, invited the citizens of Serbia and our people around the world to preserve the Serbian language and the Cyrillic alphabet. Reminding that Cyrillic has survived for centuries, Milićević said that

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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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Minister Klokić at Balkan Solar Summit Conference

Two-day Balkan Solar Summit dedicated to green energy promotion and environmental protection was opened yesterday in Banja Luka, attended by 50 eminent experts and around 500 participants from around the world. The summit is an opportunity for companies to present products and services to potential investors from various sectors, thus shaping a clean and smart energy future. The Prime Minister of the Republic of Srpska, Radovan Višković

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Protect Serbian Language, Cyrillic and Memory of Vuk Karadžić

Nataša Cvijanović, assistant minister for preschool and primary education, attended yesterday’s ceremony and art exhibition held at the primary school Sveti Sava in Brod on the occasion of the 160th anniversary of the death of Vuk Stefanović Karadžić. Noting the importance of Vuk Karadžić as a Serbian language and script reformer and first Serbian dictionary author, and of his overall scientific and

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Miroslav Bojić, Mayor of Laktaši: Country’s Top Investor in Economy

We are working with great dedication on improving the business environment and introducing internationally recognized standards of efficient and transparent local administration, said the Mayor of Laktaši, Miroslav Bojić. GLAS: Last year, the Financial Times magazine declared Laktaši again the most desirable small town for investment in Europe? Why is that? BOJIĆ: It is a great honor for us to be declared the most desirable micro-small town in Europe for investment for the third time

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Gouillon: We Are Improving Serbia’s Reputation in the World

Arnaud Gouillon, director of the Directorate for Cooperation with the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region, spoke about the projects of diaspora Serbs that spread the soft power of Serbia in the world. He said that every year the Directorate supported more than 300 projects that enabled nurturing the identity, culture, tradition, and connecting with the motherland. As an example of a nice way for Serbs to present

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St Sava Ball - Nurturing Ancestral Tradition

The St Sava Ball was held last evening in Banski Dvor in Banja Luka with a varied program that included town dances and kolo, old-town and traditional Serbian songs, waltz. The ball was organized in the Concert Hall by the Sveti Sava cultural and artistic society, whose president, Milenko Dulić, said that they nurtured the traditions of their ancestors dating back several centuries. Dulić noted that this year’s St Sava

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One of Largest Factories in BiH Completed in Laktaši

One of the largest production and commercial facilities in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the German company Mahle Electric Drives Bosnia has been completed. The production and commercial facility in Laktaši covers 30,908 m2 of interior area and 37,600 m2 of developed exterior. The works on the facility were executed by the company Baupartner from Lukavac. ‘Our commitment to top quality and efficiency came to the fore through this facility

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