Sitemap

Australian Minister Visits Exhibition of Serbian Handicrafts

The Emir Of Qatar Invites The President Of Serbia To The World Cup

The Ambassador of Qatar in Belgrade, H.E....

Swiss National Day Marked

The Embassy of Switzerland in Belgrade celebrated...

H.E. Urs Schmid, Swiss Ambassador To Serbia

Reason For Optimism Exists

Despite adverse global trends and forecasts, the...

H.E. Sanjiv Kohli, Ambassador Of India To Serbia

Rebalance And Multipolarity

India remains committed to an international order...

Ambassador Christopher Hill: We Want Serbia As Friend And Ally

The Ambassador of the United States of America in Belgrade, H.E. Christopher Hill, answered the questions that citizens asked...

Swiss Army Airlifts Water To Thirsty Animals In Alpine Meadows

Swiss Army helicopters have been deployed to deliver water to thousands of thirsty farm animals during the hot summer. A...

Record Number Of Serbian Tourists Vacation In Croatia

This year the number of guests from Serbia spending their summer vacationing in Croatia is 60 percent higher than...

Ambassador Giorgos Diakofotakis: Greece is not changing its position, will not recognize Kosovo

Greece is not changing its position and will not recognize Kosovo, says Greek Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Giorgos Diakofotakis...

Belgrade Zoo Is Home To The Oldest Living American Alligator

85 years ago, on 9th August 1937, the oldest living American alligator in the world arrived at the Belgrade...

Belgrade City Manager Goran Vesić and Australian Minister for International Development and the Pacific, Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, visited the exhibition of Serbian handicrafts and traditional crafts in Belgrade.

Vesić expressed his satisfaction at being able to host this Australian minister on behalf of the City of Belgrade but also took the opportunity to thank Australian Ambassador to Serbia Julia Feeney for everything she does to promote Serbian culture and tradition.

– The job of Mrs Feeney is much more than the job of an ordinary ambassador and she has, together with our friends from NALED, done a lot to promote the traditional Serbian handicrafts that can be seen in this exhibition – said Vesić.

He noted that the City of Belgrade, together with NALED, is working on creating an ethno gallery in the centre of Belgrade at which women from various parts of Serbia will have the opportunity to exhibit and sell their works.

Related Articles

Inflation In Australia Accelerated To A 21-year High

Inflation in Australia sped to a 21-year high last, and is very likely to accelerate further as food and energy costs explode. "It will be...

Climate Change: Wind And Solar Reach Milestone As Demand Surges

Wind and solar generated 10% of global electricity for the first time in 2021, a new analysis shows. Fifty countries get more than a tenth...

Monument To Jernej Kopitar Unveiled

A monument to Slovenian linguist and Slavist Jernej Kopitar has been unveiled in Belgrade by Zoran Janković, mayor of Ljubljana, together with deputy mayor...

“Wonders Of Vinča Culture” By Satori Amazed Public At Expo 2020 Dubai

Satori, one of the world's leading producers from Amsterdam, but with a Serbian origin, held fascinating performance at Expo 2020 Dubai in the scope...

Australian Federal Court Confirms Decision To Revoke Novak Djokovic’s Visa

A three-member court panel of the Federal Court of Australia made the final decision, confirming the decision of the immigration minister to revoke Novak...

World Number One Novak Djokovic Wins A Stunning Victory Over The Australian Government

World number one Novak Djokovic won a stunning victory Monday over the Australian government, overturning the cancellation of his visa on Covid-19 health grounds,...

Australia Revokes Novak Djokovic’s Visa

Australian authorities have revoked the visa for the World's no. 1 tennis player Novak Djokovic, after he arrived in Melbourne to participate in the...

Climate Change In 11 Charts

With COP26 underway, the climate crisis is in the spotlight. Here are the most important facts relating to how our planet has been changing. World...