Children of Serb returnees to Croatia visited a Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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A organisation of 25 Serbian primary schoolchildren of Pakrac and Krnjak area in a Republic of Croatia started their third day of revisit to Serbian institutions and Belgrade places of seductiveness by visiting a Ministry of Foreign Affairs where they were welcomed – on seductiveness of a Minister of Foreign Affairs, by Ambassador Aca Jovanovic, Acting Assistant Minister of Consular Affairs, who sensitive them of a singular event to revisit a Ministry’s Museum of Serbian Diplomacy and learn about distinguished Serb diplomats to whom a Serbian people are indebted, since of their activity.

“Preserve a Cyrillic alphabet, your enlightenment and tradition”, pronounced Ambassador Jovanovic, advising them to investigate and enhance their altogether knowledge, for usually those who are prepared and associating can make a grant to progress.
Following a rudimentary remarks by Assistant Minister Jovanovic, Ambassador Dr. Ljiljana Niksic presented a artistic exhibits of a Museum of Diplomacy, charity a pile-up march in tact for beginners.

The guest of a Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Belgrade are primarily returnee children belonging to Serbian inhabitant minority who were forced to leave their homes in operations “Flash” and “Storm”.

Today, these children are active in a Serbian community, many of them attend extra classes in Serbian denunciation and culture, religion, and take partial in a activities of a Serbian association, “Prosvjeta” Serbian Cultural Society, and a Council of Serbian National Minority.

The revisit was orderly by a Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Department of Cooperation with Diaspora and Serbs in a Region, within their unchanging activities. The children also visited a Presidency of a Republic of Serbia, City of Belgrade and a National Assembly of a Republic of Serbia.

The debate of Belgrade landmarks and places of seductiveness enclosed a Monument to a Unknown Soldier, Avala Tower, Belgrade Fortress, Museum of Vuk and Dositej, Patriarchy Museum, Cathedral Church of Saint Sava, National Library and Nikola Tesla Museum. During a revisit to a Belgrade Fortress, a Children’s Cultural Centre presented an educational programme “Belgrade by Centuries” where Serbian children from Croatia ‘met’ chronological personalities: Prince Mihailo Obrenovic, Princess Milica and Ostoja Kondo, a soldier in a revolt of Karadjordje. Programme doing was upheld by a Tourism Organization of Belgrade.

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