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Ambassador Todorov Presented His Credentials to President János Áder, 17th December, 2018

The newly appointed Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to Hungary, His Excellency Ivan Todorov, presented his credentials to the Hungarian President, His Excellency János Áder in Sándor Palace in Budapest on 17th December 2018. Following the ceremony, Ambassador Ivan Todorov gave a short speech, in which he stressed his full committment to maintain good bilateral relations betwen the Republic of Serbia and Hungary.

 

INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC COMPETITION FOR THE DESIGN OF A CONCEPTUAL SOLUTION FOR THE ZORAN DJINDJIC MEMORIAL  AT THE STUDENT`S SQUARE IN  BELGRADE

Belgrade City Administration, Secretariat for Culture, has announced a "Public international two-phase open competition for the design of a conceptual solution for the Zoran Djindjic memorial at the Student`s Square in Belgrade". The text of the competition can be found here

INVITATION TO TENDER

The Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Hungary announces an invitation to the tender  for the provision of real estate sales services for the sale  of former Yugoslav diplomatic real estate in New York (2), Tokio, Bonn and Bern.

Additional documents for the participation at the tender: Tenderer Information Sheet, Tender Bond (guarantee), Performance Bond (guarantee).


 
 
 
The Republic of Serbia candidate for the UNESCO Executive Board

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Commemorative gathering on the occasion of 20th anniversary of NATO bombing against Yugoslavia, 26th March 2019.

On the 26th of March, in Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Budapest was held an commemorative gathering on the occasion of 20th anniversary of NATO bombing against Yugoslavia.

For the representatives of the Military Attaché Corps and Serbian institutions and Serbian Orthodox Church in Hungary was showed a movie about NATO bombing against Yugoslavia.

In his speech the Serbian Defense Attaché Lieutenant Colonel Duško Đekić told: “Twenty years have passed since war 1999th, NATO agression, but memories are still fresh, as well as the consequences of an unwanted conflict. At that time, part of the international community was involved armed forces at the end of the civil war on the territory of the former Jugoslavia, following political, economic and military goals. Soldiers in general do not support wars because they know their consequences, but they make decisions in a war, not about a war. From this reason armed forces in 1999th was stood at the forefront of the state's defense, according to Constitution and obligatons toward state, citizens and honor.”

Every year, March 24th, Serbia organize commemoration for the victims of NATO bombing and remembers victims from that and other wars in the past.

(On photos: Ambassador of Republic of Serbia in Budapest Mr. Ivan Todorov and Defense Attaché of Ministry of Defense of Serbia, Lieutenant Colonel Duško Đekić and the guests)


National Day and Armed Forces Day of Serbia, 18th February, 2019

On the 18th of February, in its Embassy in Budapest, the Republic of Serbia in Hungary celebrated the National Day and Armed Forces Day.

The celebration was attended by the representatives of the diplomatic corps, the corps of military attaches, high representatives of the political and cultural life of Hungary, representatives of the Serbian institutions and Serbian Orthodox Church in Hungary, City Hall dignitaries, and many others.

The Ambassador of Serbia, H.E. Ivan Todorov, greeted the National Day to the Serbian community in Hungary, expressed his satisfaction with the actual state of relations between Serbia and Hungary, and thanked all the guests for the time they find to come to the Serbian Embassy to celebrate that special day for Serbia and its citizens.


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