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Formal Breakfast At The Goethe-Institut Belgrade

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The Goethe-Institut in Belgrade has organised a formal breakfast for media representatives, which included a welcome address by H.E. Axel Dittmann, German Ambassador to Serbia, and also saw those in attendance addressed by Frank Baumann, new director of the Goethe-Institut in Belgrade, and Dr Bernd Schneider, who briefly presented the Goethe-Institut’s activities related to German language courses. Following the opening speeches, the hosts responded to media questions.

Guests later toured Zepter Palace and used the opportunity to check out space where the German language courses of the Goethe-Institut in Belgrade recently began being taught.

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