Photo Exhibition On Serbian-Moroccan Friendship

Exhibition at Kalemegdan Fortress will run from 2nd October to 3rd December

Mohammed Amine Belhaj Photo Exhibition On Serbian-Moroccan Friendship

Under the auspices of events marking the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Belgrade and Rabat, Moroccan Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Mohammed Amine Belhaj and staff of his embassy have organised a photography exhibition “Morocco-Serbia: Sixty Years of Renewed Friendship” at Kalemegdan Fortress that will run from 2nd October to 3rd December.

The exhibition aims to serve as a reminder of the excellent relations that exist between Morocco and Serbia, as the successor to the former Yugoslavia, by highlighting the role of Morocco as a founding member of the Non-Aligned Movement, which has a vision based on the values of peace, security, cooperation and respect for territorial integrity.

The exhibition also places an emphasis on significant moments related to historic visits to Belgrade by the monarch of Morocco – the late King Hassan II, as well as Josip Broz Tito’s 1961 visit to Morocco.