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Students of the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade, the Eighth Belgrade High School, the Čačak High School and the Šabac High School competed at the ninth edition of the Japanese Speech Contest held at the Embassy of Japan in Belgrade.

This year, an expert jury composed of Japanese Ambassador H.E. Junichi Maruyama, director of Mitsubishi in Belgrade, Naoki Tsukada, Prof. dr. Dalibor Kličković, from the Faculty of Philology at the University of Belgrade and Naoki Kitamura from the restaurant Sushi.

The special jury award was given to a student of the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade, Teodora Danilović, whose project is entitled on the topic “Why I love Japan”.

The first place and the Mitsubishi award in the form of a camera went to a student of the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade, Nikodijević Milica for her project also entitled “Why I love Japan”. Second place and voucher of the restaurant “W Sushi”, Japanese book and Japanese sweets, was awarded to a student of the Eighth Belgrade High School Milica Maksimović for her project on the theme “The Devil’s Town”, while the third place and the voucher of the “Sushi” restaurant and the Japanese sweets, was won by a student of the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade, Aleksandar Mihailović, who treated the topic “Why I love Japan”.

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