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141st the Inter-Parliamentary Union Assembly, Belgrade (Serbia),
13 - 17 October 2019

This year, the Republic of Serbia will have the honour to host the 141st IPU Assembly that will take place in Belgrade, from 13 to 17 October 2019. This will be the second time that Belgrade will host the international parliamentary organisation’s annual session, 56 years after the 52nd IPU Assembly was held in Belgrade in 1963. (Link)

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In the aim of improving the communication, mutual informing and overall cooperation with the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Australia in the coming period, we therefore call upon all, we underline ALL – without exceptions – organisations, clubs, schools, libraries, museums, sports’ clubs, foundations, associations, church communities, political parties, humanitarian organisations, chambers of commerce, associations of soldiers… (under one name: organisations) in Australia and New Zealand, that have been formed, registered and are functioning by principle of gathering members of the Serbian community or are fulfilling its activity within the Serbian community in Australia or New Zealand, to contact the Embassy and forward their contact details for easier future communication. (MORE DETAILS - FORMULAR)

THE HISTORY OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN SERBIA AND AUSTRALIA: On 25th April 2017 it is the 51st anniversary of signature of the Agreement of establishing the diplomatic relations between former Yugoslavia and Australia and opening of the diplomatic representations at the level of embassies in Canberra and Belgrade. This undoubtedly important fact for today’s diplomatic relations between Serbia and Australia was the cause of searching for documents that would fully and exactly illustrate the history of our diplomatic relations. The documents that were found – primarily thank you to the complaisance of the Archive of Yugoslavia in Belgrade – testify about much longer history of the diplomatic relations between Serbia and Australia. (MORE AND DOCUMENTS)

 
 
 
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CONDOLENCES ON THE OCCASION OF THE HORRENDOUS MASSACRE IN TWO MASQUES IN CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND

On the occasion of the horrendous massacre in two masques in Chistchurch, New Zealand, President of the Republic of Serbia H.E. Mr Aleksandar Vucic sent the letter of condolences to the Governor-General of New Zealand H.E. Madam Dame Patsy Reddy.

The First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs H.E. Mr Ivica Dacic sent the letter of condolences to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of New Zealand Rt Hon Winston Peters. 

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Canberra: Our heartfelt sympathy goes to the Christchurch people who have lost loved ones and to everyone in New Zealand.


COMPETITION FOR CO-FINANCING THE PROJECTS THAT, BY THEIR QUALITY, CONTRIBUTE TO THE PRESERVATION AND STRENGTHENING OF THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE HOME COUNTRY AND DIASPORA AND THE HOME COUNTRY AND SERBS IN THE REGION

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, the Directorate for Cooperation with the Diaspora and the Serbs in the region, has announced a competition for co-financing the projects that, by their quality, contribute to the preservation and strengthening of the relations between the home country and diaspora and the home country and Serbs in the region.

The competition will be open from 13 March to 1 April 2019.

All information on the competition and the application procedure can be found here.


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