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The Slovenian Embassy in Belgrade hosted a grand reception to celebrate Slovenia’s National Day at the Crown Plaza Hotel.

Numerous attendees from the Serbian government, political sphere, diplomatic corps, business sector, non-governmental and civil organisations, and academic, cultural, and Slovenian communities attended the event.

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The official part of the evening began with the men’s choir, Ingenium, performing the national anthems, setting a dignified tone for the celebration.

Slovenian Ambassador Damjan Bergant and Minister Matjaž Han delivered welcoming speeches, highlighting the strong ties and shared values between Slovenia and Serbia.

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