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H.E. Ricardo Fernando Fernández, Argentine Ambassador to Serbia, hosted a ceremony at his residence on the occasion of his country’s national holiday – marking 200 years of Argentine independence, thus marking 200 years of the Declaration of Independence of the United Provinces of the Rio de La Plata.

In a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, alongside a cultural and artistic programme, guests were served traditional Argentine food and drinks.

The reception was attended by many prominent figures from the political, cultural and public life of Serbia, as well as the highest representatives of the diplomatic corps.

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