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Celebrating Montenegro’s Independence Day with an Exhibition on Montenegrin Cyrillic Printing from the 15th and 16th Centuries.

In commemoration of 530 years since the printing of the Oktoih Prvoglasnik, Montenegro’s Embassy in Belgrade curated an exhibition titled “Montenegrin Cyrillic Printing of the 15th and 16th Centuries” in collaboration with the Montenegrin Literary Society. This exhibition not only pays homage to a significant historical milestone but also marks Montenegro’s Independence Day.

Displayed at the Montenegrin House in Belgrade, the exhibition, as highlighted by Acting Ambassador Stanica Popović, serves as a testament to Montenegro’s rich cultural heritage and its contributions to European and global heritage.

Popović also emphasized Montenegro’s ongoing efforts towards development, economic prosperity, and respect for human rights, with a commitment to swift accession to the European Union.

Furthermore, she spoke of the importance of maintaining strong relations with Serbia and the necessity of enhancing regional cooperation, underscoring the role of the Montenegrin diaspora in preserving Montenegro’s culture and identity.

Radonja Dubljević from the Montenegrin Literary Society stated that printed books were not merely a passing phenomenon among Montenegrins in the late 15th and early 16th centuries but rather an expression of broader intellectual needs. He added that the Oktoih Prvoglasnik stands as a crucial monument of Montenegrin culture and a significant European book.

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The exhibition comprises 24 illustrated segments and was previously showcased in several Montenegrin cities, as well as Sofia, Skopje, Prague, and Novi Sad. As a contribution to strengthening cultural ties between Montenegro and Serbia, the exhibition is now on display in Belgrade, announced the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro.

The Independence Day celebration in Belgrade was attended by representatives from Serbian ministries of foreign affairs and culture, municipal authorities, diplomatic corps, as well as notable figures from Serbia’s public and cultural life.

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