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Ambassador of Austria to Serbia H.E. Nikolaus Lutterotti hosted a reception at the Belgrade City Hall to mark the National Day of Austria.

Special guest of the event was President of the Austrian National Council Wolfgang Sobotka, as well as the delegation of the Austrian members of Parliament.

Ambassador Lutterotti said Austria celebrates its National Day each year on 26th October to mark the day when the Austrian Parliament adopted the Constitution in 1955.

Ambassador emphasised excellent relations between Serbia and Austria and is honoured that Wolfgang Sobotka visited Belgrade on this occasion, which is his second visit to Belgrade within a year. “This reflects our high level of Austria’s commitment to Serbia, in particular, Serbia’s efforts to become a member of the European Union.”

Publication Partners: Austria & Serbia 2019, produced by CorD Magazine’s publisher aim, was presented at the event.