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Novak And Jelena Djokovic Participated In Workshops For Preschoolers

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The founders of the Novak Djoković Foundation, Jelena and Novak Djokovic, visited the stand of the Ministry of Education at the Education Fair and emphasized that they will continue their successful cooperation so far, in order to ensure the best possible conditions in preschool institutions throughout Serbia.

As announced by the Ministry of Education, Novak and Jelena Đoković together with the Minister of Education Branko Ružić participated in workshops for children from preschool institutions.

Foto: mpn.gov.rs

“We will continue to develop existing and create new programs. It means a lot to us when the largest institution for education in Serbia, such as the Ministry of Education, is with us. All gratitude goes to them and we hope for further cooperation”, Djokovic said.

On that occasion, Jelena Djokovic emphasized the good cooperation with the Ministry and reminded that in the previous year, 112 classrooms for children were equipped and opened.

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