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Ambassador of Canada to Serbia H.E. Kati Csaba was recognised for her contributions to the promotion of gender equality

On 28 May the Gender Equality and Equality Council of Novi Pazar honoured the Ambassador Csaba for her contribution to the promotion and affirmation of gender equality and equal opportunities policies.


Feminism and the promotion of the rights of women and girls are key elements of Canada’s foreign policy.

Representatives of the Council for Gender Equality and Equal Opportunities of the City of Novi Pazar presented to H.E. Kati Csaba, Ambassador of Canada to Serbia a certificate at the event that took place at the Official Residence of the Embassy of Canada.

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