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A ceremony to mark the centenary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Serbia and the Kingdom of Denmark was held at Serbian Army House in Belgrade.

This occasion saw the officials in attendance addressed by Serbian Defence Minister Zoran Đorđević and Danish Embassy Chargé d’affaires Morten Skovgaard Hansen.

 “I am proud of the fact that our cooperation in the area of defence is at the top of the priorities of the Ministry of Defence. Denmark has directly invested more than two million euros for the reform of the defence system of Serbia,” said Minister Đorđević.

Hansen also specifically emphasised cooperation in the defence field, in which an important capacity-building project has been carried out under “excellent cooperation with the Serbian Defence Ministry”.

The Army House ceremony was attended by members of the Danish prince’s ensemble and the “Stanislav Binički” Art Ensemble of the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Serbia.

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