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On the occasion of the 180th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Serbia and France, a reception was held at the French Embassy.

Ambassador of France H.E. Jean-Louis Falconi said on this occasion that France supports Serbia’s European future.

Recalling what French President Emanuel Macron said in Belgrade last June “Thanks to France for Serbia and Serbia for France”, Ambassador Falconi said that it was not only an ability to see and know our common past, but it is a promise that is turned toward the future, a promise that the heroism of those who have accepted to sacrifice their present for our future should never be forgotten.”

The reception was attended by Minister of Labor, Employment, Veterans and Social Affairs Zoran Djordjevic, representatives of the diplomatic corps, high-ranking officials and personalities from Serbian and French public and cultural life.