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The Embassy of France in Belgrade, the French-Serbian Chamber of Commerce (CCFS) and the Institut français jointly organised the visit of French Ambassador Christine Moro to the University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Organisational Sciences.

This occasion saw the staging of the Day of France and the presenting of the academic, economic and cultural projects that France implements with Serbia.

Ambassador Moro held a lecture on the topic: “French strategy of exporting innovative technologies to Serbia and the Balkans”. Following the lecture, representatives of three French companies operating in Serbia – Schneider Electric, Societe Generale and Atos IT Solutions and Services – spoke about the innovative technologies that they apply in their operations globally and on the Serbian market, while the Institut français introduced a new competition for French government scholarships to study in France. The event also included the presenting of the mobility programmes of this faculty’s students at the Université Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne.

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