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The concert of Nemanja Radulovic in Geneva, 26.1.2017.

The concert of Nemanja Radulovic, a famous Serbian violinist and one of the most famous virtuosos of our time will be held in Geneva, in the concert hall "Batiment des Forces motries (BFM)", on January 26.
The embassy is co-organizer of the concert dedicated to the centenary of the establishment of full diplomatic relations between Serbia and Swiss Confederation.
Tickets for the concert can be obtained in a concert hall "Batiment des Forces motries (BFM)."  http://genevacamerata.com/en/


 


Exhibition of photos of Belgrade by Prince Michele of Yougoslavie, 13.12.2016.

 

The Embassy of Serbia organized an exhibition of photographs about Belgrade, taken by Prince Michele of Yougoslavie.
The exhibition was organized in the context of celebration of centenary of the opening of Serbian Embassy in the Swiss Confederation.
The event was attended by Swiss officials, members of Parliament, representatives of the federal institutions, members of the diplomatic corps and the Serbian diaspora in Switzerland.
 


PRIME MINISTER OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA MR. ALEKSANDAR VUČIĆ VISITED SWISS CONFEDERATION, 08.12.2016.

Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia Mr. A.Vučić paid a visit to the Swiss Confederation  from 08. to 09. December 2016. On that occasion, PM Vučić participated in the conference "World Minds" in Zurich, a gathering of world leaders in science, art and economics, who exchanged experiences in the field of advanced technology, economy, social relations, science and culture.
Prime Minister A.Vučić opened the meeting, together with the President of the Swiss Confederation Johann Schneider-Ammann. As part of his presentation at the conference "World Minds", PM Vučić talked about the concrete results achieved by the Government of the Republic of Serbia in the field of implementation of economic reforms, the process of Serbia's European integration, education reform and the importance of cooperation between Serbia and Switzerland in the field of dual education.
PM Vučić also had a separate meeting with President Johann Schneider-Ammann, devoted to bilateral relations between Serbia and Switzerland.
 


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