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Ambassador of Spain to Serbia H.E. Raul Bartolome Molina visited the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Novi Sad on the occasion of the official start of the new study program – Spanish language, literature and culture.

On that occasion, he presented the prestigious award, the Order of Isabella the Catholic, to professor Bojana Kovačević Petrović for her services in spreading and popularizing the Spanish language and culture.

The ambassador of Spain also gave a short lecture on the importance of the Spanish language in the world.

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