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Mohammed Amine Belhaj

H.E. Mohammed Amine Belhaj, Ambassador of Morocco to Serbia

Ambassador of Egypt and Mayor of Leskovac discuss cultural and economic...

Ambassador of Egypt in Belgrade Amr Aljowaily discusses with the Mayor of the city of Leskovac Goran Cvetanović cultural and economic cooperation on the...

Mohammed Amine Belhaj, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Serbia

Morocco & Serbia: Friendship and Mutual Respect

Morocco and Serbia share the same vision of a world in which peace, security, solidarity and cooperation are the most important values. Based on vibrant bilateral relations, the two countries have shown a readiness to use the momentum and give “more strategic character” to relations
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Doing Business With Morocco

The Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Serbia organised, in cooperation with the Serbian Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the General Confederation of Morocco (CGEM), an economic seminar titled "Doing Business with Morocco" at the premises of the Chamber of Commerce in Belgrade. Read more

Seminar Doing Business With Morocco

The Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Serbia in cooperation with the Serbian Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the General Confederation of...

Moroccan Embassy Mark 19th Anniversary of the Enthronement of King Mohammed

The Embassy of Morocco in Belgrade, led by Ambassador H.E. Mohammed Amine Belhaj, celebrated Morocco’s National Enthronement Day on 30th July, which marks the...

Group Of Francophone Ambassadors In Serbia Established

The founding meeting of the Group of Francophone Ambassadors in Serbia was held on Thursday, 28 June 2018, at the invitation of H.E. Philippe...

Afro Festival Held In Belgrade

The 21st Afro Festival was held at the Museum of African Art. During the two days of the program, with the support of the...

Ambassador Of Morocco Gives LectureOn Moroccan Foreign Policy

H.E. Mohammed Amine Belhaj, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Serbia, held a lecture on the topic "Moroccan Foreign Policy: Priorities, Initiatives and Challenges".
Africa Day Celebrated

Africa Day Celebrated

On the occasion of the Day of Africa and Serbian-African friendship, African ambassadors in Serbia hosted a celebratory reception.
Ana Brnabić Rasim Ljajic Sinisa Mali Tourism Fair 2019

40th International Tourism Fair

The Belgrade international tourism fair held this year for the 40th time at the Belgrade fair ground from 22 to 25 February.
H.E. MOHAMMED AMINE BELHAJ, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Serbia

Moroccan Proclamation Of Independence Day

Morocco commemorates its Proclamation of Independence Day every 11th January, marking the date in 1944, during the reign of the late Sovereign, His Majesty...
Mohammed Amine Belhaj Photo Exhibition On Serbian-Moroccan Friendship

Photo Exhibition On Serbian-Moroccan Friendship

Exhibition at Kalemegdan Fortress will run from 2nd October to 3rd December
Celebrations For The National Day Of Morocco

Celebrations For The National Day Of Morocco

The Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco to Serbia celebrated its national holiday on 30 July with a reception at the Metropol Hotel in Belgrade.
Ambasador Maroka

Mohammed Amine Belhaj, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco to Serbia

Dialogue And Not A Clash Of Civilisations

The terrorist threat is a global phenomenon that Morocco is addressing within a comprehensive and inclusive strategy of concrete political, institutional, economic, social, cultural, religious and media measures, while in parallel it is fighting against extremism, poverty, social exclusion and illiteracy through the development and strengthening of the rule of law – says H.E. Mohammed Amine Belhaj
Africa Day Marked Belgrade 2017

Africa Day Marked

Palace of Serbia hosted a ceremony to mark the occasion of Africa Day
Concert Of Moroccan Pianist Dina Bensaid 2017

Concert Of Moroccan Pianist Dina Bensaid

20.3.2017Organised by the National Library of Serbia and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Belgrade

H.E. Mohammed Amine Belhaj

New Ambassador Of His Majesty The King Of Morocco To Serbia And Montenegro
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