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Jean-Baptiste Cuzin, the Director of the French Institute in Serbia and head of cooperation at the French Embassy, was appointed as the new EUNIC Serbia President, and Slavica Marković-Sandić, Communications and Public Diplomacy Officer at the Embassy of Sweden as a Vice-President.

The EUNIC Serbia Cluster was established in 2007 and has at present 15 members and associate members and several other partner organizations that share knowledge and resources on a common European agenda.

Members of the EUNIC Srbija are Austrian Kulturforum (Österreichisches Kulturforum), Wallonie-Bruxelles International, French Institute (Institut français de Serbie, Beograd/Niš/NoviSad), Goethe-Institut, Hellenic Foundation for Culture, Instituto Cervantes, Italian Cultural Institute (Istituto Italiano de Cultura), British Council, Romanian Cultural Institute (Institut Cultural Român, from Vienna) but also Embassies of Bulgaria, Finland, Hungary, Kingdom of the Netherlands, Portugal and Sweden as associate members.

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