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Marking of 180th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Serbia in Kragujevac began with a meeting with the mayor, and paying respects to Elizabeth Ross, MD and all other members of the British medical missions.

After that, an exhibition on the history of diplomatic relations between the two countries was opened in the Old Assembly in the presence of Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, Ivica Dačić. After the opening, Minister Dačić, H.E. Denis Keefe, UK ambassador to Serbia, and historian Slobodan Marković talked about the history of the British-Serbian relations. The afternoon continued to the sounds of great British music.

photo source: British Embassy