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In lieu of the Australian National Day, the Australian Ambassador, H.E. Mrs Julia Feeney and Belgrade City Manager Goran Vesić were hosts of the Launch of the Archaeological Project “Glac” on Tuesday, at Belgrade City Hall.

Ambassador Feeney held a welcoming speech, followed by “Glac” project presentation, cocktail reception and music performance by Jovan Maljoković Balkan Salsa Band.

The archaeological project Glac is a multi-year Serbian-Australian undertaking that will engage a team from the Institute of Archaeology in Belgrade and the University of Sydney.

The team will undertake a five-year program, commencing end of June 2017, of archaeological excavations, research, publication and conservation on the Roman site Glac near Sremska Mitrovica.

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