Conference on Serbia-UK family during a Faculty of Political Sciences

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bfThe Acting Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Security Policy, Ambassador Branimir Filipovic, participated in a initial panel: “Serbia, a United Kingdom and a tellurian world”, within a horizon of a International Scientific Conference on Serbian (Yugoslav) – UK Relations from 19th – 21st Centuries, orderly on 26-27 Jan 2018, by a Centre for British Studies, Faculty of Political Sciences, with a support of a British Embassy in Belgrade.

The Conference was non-stop by UK Ambassador in Belgrade Denis Keef, Dean of a Faculty of Political Sciences Prof Dr Dragan Simic and President of a Board of a Centre for British Studies Professor Emeritus Dr. Vukasin Pavlovic.

In further to Ambassador Filipovic, a panellists of row one, moderated by Prof Dr Spyros Economides of a London School of Economics and Political Science, enclosed Sir John Randal, Special Adviser to a British Prime Minister, former Cabinet member and House of Commons MP; David Gowen, former British Ambassador in Belgrade; and Prof Dr Christopher Coker of London School of Economics and Political Science.

The participants in other panels, deliberating a series of chronological and other aspects of family between a dual countries in opposite fields, were former Serbian and UK diplomats, UK university professors, including Serbian professors and researchers during a Faculty of Political Sciences, Faculty of Philology, Faculty of Philosophy, and other systematic institutions.

The Conference is a follow-up to final year’s activities associated to a decoration of a 180th anniversary of a investiture of tactful family between Serbia and a United Kingdom, hold during a assembly in Kragujevac, on 12 Jun 2017, attended by First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic, and a eventuality during a Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London, on 17 Oct 2017, whose participants enclosed British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Foreign Office Minister for Europe Sir Alan Duncan, and other high-ranking member of British institutions.

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