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PRESENTATION OF THE STUDY ABOUT FAMOUS SERBS WHO LIVED AND STUDIED IN SWITZERLAND, November 30th,2018

The study about famous Serbs who lived and studied in Switzerland from 1863 to 1918, was presented at the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in the Swiss Confederation. The autor is Mr. Živko Marković, and the study consists of two parts: "Serbs in Switzerland - students 1863-1918" and "Serbs in Switzerland 1914-1918". It was published on the occasion of the centenary of the end of the First World War, with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia.
       Welcoming the attendees, Ambassador Snežana Jankovic pointed out that this capital work is a result of the decade-long research and work of Mr. Živko Marković, and that it provides a valuable insight into the connection between Serbia and Switzerland and the cooperation between these two countries in the field of education and culture in the mid-19th century.
       The author spoke about his plans to publish another study of famous Swiss people who played a significant role in relations with Serbia on the eve and during the First World War.
       The promotion was attended by representatives of the diplomatic corps and the Serbian diaspora.

 

 

 

 

 


SCREENING OF THE FILM "SERBIA IN THE GREAT WAR", November 30th,2018

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in the Swiss Confederation  marked the centenary of the end of the First World War by the screening of the documentary "Serbia in the Great War" on 30th November,2018. 
       This documentary is analyzing the role of Serbia in the First World War with the expertise of domestic and foreign historians, the most important moments in the period from 1914 to 1918, and the crucial battles that the Serbian army fought over those years.
        The evening was opened by Ambassador Snežana Janković, who stressed out that Serbia lost one third of its entire population and over 50% of its male population in the Great War. She pointed out that it is the duty of all of us to keep the memory of the heroic deads of our ancestors in the Great War, and to offer our respect to the victims whose patriotism and dedication are still inspiring us.
        The screening was attended by representatives of the diplomatic corps and Serbian diaspora.

 


SERBIAN STUDENTS AT THE EMBASSY, November 27th, 2018

       The Organization of Serbian Students Abroad held a meeting of the members of this organization who are studying in Switzerland at the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in the Swiss Confederation.
       The students were welcomed by Ambassador Snežana Janković, who invited them to participate in the activities of the Embassy, and expressed the hope that they will apply their knowledge, education, talents and skills in their homeland.
       Students, mainly from Berne, Basel and Lausanne, exchanged contacts, experiences and challenges they are facing during their studies in Switzerland.

 


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