Students of a First Belgrade High School visited a Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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A organisation of students and teachers of a First Belgrade High School visited now a Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

They were addressed by Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic, during a Museum of Serbian Diplomacy.

“We are celebrated to welcome, for a initial time – on a premises of a Museum of Serbian career diplomacy, in a bureau of a Nobel Prize laureate Ivo Andric – a organisation of high-school students, quite given they are entrance from a First Belgrade High School, that was attended by eminent chronological personalities. They include, to name only a few – King Peter I, The Liberator, Ljuba Nenadovic, Stepa Stepanovic, Radomir Putnik, Zivojin Misic, Svetozar Markovic, Milovan Glisic, Stevan Sremac, Laza Lazarevic and many other famous students and teachers of this school.”

Minister Dacic quite underlined a fact that a First Belgrade High School, and a Serbian tact common something in common. Namely, a initial Foreign Office of a Principality of Serbia was determined in 1839, i.e. a same year a First Belgrade High School was founded. That date, 29 May 1839, is now celebrated as a Day of Serbian career diplomacy.

The Serbian Foreign Minister sensitive a students that a Museum was determined in 2012, that a collection primarily comprised element reflecting 200 years of complicated Serbian diplomacy, and that a batch had been significantly stretched ever since.

“The Museum includes a reproduction of a Nobel Prize and Charter, a reproduction of a first-class tactful uniform, and a reconstructed “diplomatic office” with a essay table from a Ivo Andric era, and his central dossier. The Museum also displays information on a initial lady diplomat, a initial Serbian ambassadors and a tactful oath.”

I would like we to element your believe with a story of Serbian diplomacy, that has always common a destiny of a whole Serbian people. we would also like we to knowledge partial of a atmosphere during a Ministry of Foreign Affairs, that will enthuse you, possibly, to select tact as your destiny profession. Serbia needs today, some-more than ever before, immature prepared people committed to insurance of a inhabitant interests. You, too, are among these immature people.”

The Minister wished a students a successful end-of-the-school year and opening in their serve education, expressing wish that some of them would turn diplomats in a future.

Dacic congratulated Medvedev on Russia Day, a National Day of a Russian Federation

Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic addressed a congratulatory summary to Prime Minister of a Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev on a arise of Russia Day, a National Day of his country.

“On a arise of Russia Day, a National Day of a Russian Federation, we extend to you, on interest of a Government of a Republic of Serbia and on my possess behalf, considerate congratulations and best wishes for a serve swell of loving Russia and for a wealth of all a people.

Our new assembly in Istanbul, on 22 May 2017, reliable once again a alliance of a positions and views concerning vital shared issues and stream general topics. we am assured that a partner family between a dual countries, formed on centuries-long loyalty and tighten ties existent between a peoples, will continue to rise on an descending line.

Please accept, dear Dmitry Antolyevich, a assurances of my top consideration”, says a summary of congratulation from Minister Dacic.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/16625-students-of-the-first-belgrade-high-school-visited-the-ministry-of-foreign-affairs