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The OSCE Mission to Serbia awards the “Personality of the Year” Award to Serbian citizens who have contributed to promoting the values to which this mission is committed.

This year’s “Personality of the Year” awards were presented to the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, Brankica Janković, Director of the Tutin-based civil society organisation “Impuls”, Dženeta Avgović, Deputy Public Prosecutor Tamara Mirović, President of the Independent Association of Journalists of Vojvodina, Nedim Sejdinović, and media rights lawyer Miloš Stojković.

Andrea Orizio, head of the OSCE Mission to Serbia, said that good cooperation with the media and authorities in Serbia have contributed to fulfilling the OSCE mission and that the OSCE recognises individuals who deserve particular credit for promoting its values. “We are here to help Serbia and its institutions make this country a fully functional democracy,” noted Orizio.

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