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For the 11th year in a row, the Trag Foundation has awarded the VIRTUS prize for philanthropy to large companies, SMEs and individuals.

The winners of the award received their prizes from H.E. Kyle Scott, US ambassador to Serbia, H.E. Julia Finney, Australian ambassador to Serbia, H.E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad, Norwegian ambassador to Serbia and Mateja Norčič Stamčar, Deputy Head of the Delegation of the European Union to Serbia.

The winner of the main prize for national contributions was the company Delta Holding. For contributions to the local community in which the company works, the award went to Rudnik i flotacija Rudnik d.o.o., and the prize for a long-term partnership between the private and non-profit sectors was awarded to Nelt Co d.o.o.  Nag d.o.o.won the award in the SME category while the award for individuals went to  Milorad Jurković – Carpenter Mile, a philanthropist from Beočin.

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