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Exhibition “Belgrade – Tunis: Centenary Of Friendship”

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Ambassador of the Republic of Tunisia H.E. Seyf Allah Rejeb opened an exhibition dedicated to the century of friendship between Belgrade and Tunis, capital cities of Serbia and Tunisia.

In the presence of members of the diplomatic corps, scientific and cultural life, Ambassador stressing that the title of the exhibition “Belgrade-Tunisia: the Friendship of Friendship” marks the centennial of solidarity, respect, understanding and compassion between Tunisia and Serbia.

As he said Tunisia still remembers that Yugoslavia was among the first countries to recognise its independence. This kind of sympathy and solidarity set the stage for an excellent understanding of the two countries, especially the two leaders, President J.B. Tito and Habibi Burgibe.

Dr Milan Terzić, Director of the Archives of Yugoslavia, also greeted guests saying that the Archive continues the tradition of organising exhibitions dedicated to the diplomatic relations. 

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