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 Pretoria

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              + 2712 460 61 03
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THE 1ST ANNUAL SPRING FOLK DANCE FESTIVAL

Saterday, 23. September 2017.

Blairgowrie Recriation Centre, Johannesburg


 
 
 
MINISTER DACIC ATTENDING THE MINISTERIAL MEETING OF NON-ALIGNED COUNTRIES IN NEW YORK

Statement by Ivica Dacic, First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia at The Ministerial Meeting of the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries.

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MINISTER DACIC AT UN SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING DEVOTED TO THE WORK OF UNMIK

MINISTER DACIC AT UN SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING DEVOTED TO THE WORK OF UNMIK Statement by First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, H. E. Mr. Ivica Dacic at the meeting of the UN Security Council devoted to the work of UNMIK.


PROJECT "WORLD IN SERBIA"

Pretoria, 8 August 2017. The Republic of Serbia during the school year 2016/2017, as a part of the project "World in Serbia", offered full scholarships for another 50 foreign students in bachelor, master and doctoral academic studies. Thanks to this project, since the school year 2010-2011, Serbia has had the honour to host many young people from 53 countries of Africa, Asia, Central and South America. On this occasion, Ambassador Bozin Nikolic received Mrs. Ema Mhloro from Zimbabwe, who is completing Faculty of Economics in Belgrade, and congratulated her on the achieved success. Ms. Mhloro said that she was very much pleased with the terms of studies and hospitality in Belgrade, especially because of that she was enabled to gain a prestigious academic title in the country with which the Republic of Zimbabwe is maintaining traditionally friendly relations.


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