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Marking the 65th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Serbia and the Kingdom of Morocco, the Embassy of Morocco in Serbia organized an exhibition at the premises of Archives of Yugoslavia.

The exhibition of documents and photographs entitled “Belgrade – Rabat 65 years of diplomatic relations 1957-2022” was organized in the light of the celebration of the “Year of Morocco in Serbia”.

The exhibition is organized by the Archives of Yugoslavia in cooperation with the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Serbia and with the support of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia.

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