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First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic attended the marking of 101 years since Armistice, the World War I Armistice Day and laying wreaths at the French Military Cemetery in Belgrade.

French Ambassador to Serbia H.E. Jean Louis Falconi, Deputy Mayor of Belgrade Goran Vesic, representatives of embassies of other countries, the Serbian Armed Forces and numerous associations also laid their wreaths.

Ambassador Falconi emphasised that his country does not forget that Serbia paid a high price in the First World War, but that today it makes a great contribution to maintaining international security.

He pointed out that since 1919, France has been continuously marking the anniversary of the end of the Great War in all French cemeteries around the world, where generations have come together to pay tribute.

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