1st March 2022
Joint stamps issued by Morocco’s Barid Al Maghrib and Post of Serbia mark the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Morocco and Serbia, illustrating the Mohammed VI Bridge in Rabat and Žeželj Bridge in Novi Sad.
9th March 2022
Concert of the Chalaban Band in Novi Sad during the period of Morocco’s participation in the events of the Novi Sad – European Capital of Culture programme.
15th-17th April 2022
Moroccan Film Festival featuring five films, organised by the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Serbia in collaboration with the Moroccan Cinematographic Centre, the Serbian Ministry of Culture and the Yugoslav Cinematheque Film Archives.
12th-13th May 2022
Institutional meeting held between operators working in the field of crafts from Morocco and the province of Vojvodina, as well as an exhibition of Moroccan handicrafts organised in Novi Sad by the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Serbia, in collaboration with la Maison de l’Artisan, the Chamber of Crafts of Casablanca-Settat and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Vojvodina.
20th-23rd May 2022
Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán visit the Moroccan Stand at the Novi Sad International Agricultural Fair. The Agricultural Development Agency of Morocco, which ensured the first ever participation of the Kingdom in this fair with a stand, held numerous meetings with Serbian and international partners with the aim of promoting Morocco as a prime investment destination in the field of agriculture.
26th May 2022
Literary Conference of Tahar Ben Jelloun, a Moroccan writer and member of the Goncourt Academy, entitled “Let’s follow in the footsteps of Tahar BEN JELLOUN”, organised by the Embassy the Kingdom of Morocco in Belgrade and held at the Museum of African Art in Belgrade.
7th-8th October 2022
Moroccan participation in the international folklore festival Ethno Fest Belgrade, as a guest country in focus, with the intention of showcasing its diversity and richness. Talented Moroccan designer Imane Belmkaddem unveiled her collection of Moroccan Caftans and other clothes designed exclusively for this occasion, which was highly appreciated by the Serbian public who attended the event in great numbers.
19th October 2022
An exhibition entitled “Belgrade – Rabat: 65 years of diplomatic relations, 1957-2022” was organised by the Yugoslav Archives in cooperation with the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Serbia and with the support of the Serbian ministries of foreign affairs and culture.