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Zrenjanin Crowned Serbia’s Cultural Capital for 2025

In a ceremony held at the Serbian government, Zrenjanin was officially designated as Serbia's Cultural Capital for 2025....

Serbia and Angola Cement Cultural Bonds with New Cooperation Programme

Serbia and Angola have inked a Cultural Cooperation Programme set to span from 2024 to 2026, as announced...

Vlach Embroidery Recognised as Serbia’s Intangible Cultural Heritage

The National Committee for Intangible Cultural Heritage, on December 21st, added six new elements to Serbia's National Register...

UNESCO Considers Serbian Bid to Recognize Slovak Naïve Painting as Cultural Heritage

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has accepted Serbia's candidacy to include Slovak naïve painting...

Mediana Archeological Site In Niš Reopened To Visitors

The archeological site of Mediana in Nis has reopened to visitors ten years after it was closed for...

Maja Gojković, Deputy Serbian Prime Minister And Minister Of Culture, President Of The Coordination Body For Equality

Equality Is Our Credo

Strong political will exists in Serbia, but also a willingness of the society to advance gender equality in...

Maja Gojković, Serbian Deputy Prime Minister And Minister Of Culture And Information

Jubilee Year Of Successful Cultural Cooperation

We greatly appreciate the support and clear position of the Kingdom of Morocco in preserving Serbia’s cultural, historical...

Uzice To Become The Cultural Capital Of Serbia In 2024

The working group for the preparation and implementation of the "Cultural Capital of Serbia" program has chosen the...

Embassy Of Morocco Organized An Exhibition Marking Important Anniversary

Marking the 65th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Serbia and the Kingdom...

Government Passes Decision On Formation Of Working Group For Protection Of Journalists

At today's session, the Serbian government made a decision on the establishment of the Working group for security...

Ministry of Culture and Information

Maja GojkovićDeputy Prime Minister and Minister of CultureTook office October 2020 Address: Vlajkovićeva 3, BelgradeTel: +381 1133 98172E-mail: kabinet@kultura.gov.rsWebsite: ...

Dejan Masliković, Deputy Minister Of Culture And Information

Digital Transformation Of Culture

We will use I.T. and applications to present the wealth of our culture, art and creative industries to...

Vladan Vukosavljević, Minister Of Culture And Information

Strategy Is The Key

Serbia has never had a defined strategy for cultural policy. The Serbian Ministry of Culture and Information is...

U.S. Ambassador Helps Restoration Of The University Library

H.E. U.S. Ambassador Kyle Scott visited the Svetozar Marković University Library and, together with director Aleksandra Jerkov and...

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United States Adds $18 Million In New Funds To Development Partnership With Serbia

Today, the United States Government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), announced an additional $18 million...

Montenegro Nominated for Europe’s Most Desirable Destination Award

Montenegro has been nominated for the prestigious title of Europe's most desirable destination in the Wanderlust Reader Travel Awards...

Serbia Signs Memorandum on Nuclear Energy Development

In a significant move towards modernizing its energy sector, the Serbian government, along with twenty scientific and academic institutions,...

H.E. József Magyar – The Western Balkans is a Priority

The Hungarian Embassy in Belgrade hosted a reception to mark the beginning of Hungary's presidency of the Council of...

The International “Aleksandar Tišma” Literary Award ceremoniously presented to French writer Cécile Wajsbrot

The third International “Aleksandar Tišma” Literary Award was ceremoniously presented to French writer Cécile Wajsbrot on June 24, 2024,...