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22/11/2017 Football match played between the representatives of the Embassy of Serbia and the missions of the Republic of Serbia in the EU and NATO and the team of the Parliament of Belgium.

 

The proof of the unbreakable link between diplomacy and sports is also a friendly football match played between the representatives of the Embassy of Serbia and the missions of the Republic of Serbia in the EU and NATO and the team of the Parliament of Belgium. The match was played on October 21, 2017, near Brussels. Observing the match from the sporty angle, there were serious chances in both halves, to the satisfaction of both teams. A quick and harsh game resulted in ovations of the spectators. Not only from the sporty angle, there were a fair play, which should be seen more often in professional football.

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10/11/2017 Visit of the Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the President of the Senate of the Parliament of Belgium in Brussels

 

Ambassador of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Brussels, Marina Jovicevic, in the course of getting acquainted with the competent Belgium authorities, met the President of the Senate of the Parliament of Belgium, Christine Defraigne.

At the meeting, they discussed further cooperation, support to Serbian EU integration, dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, regional and European stability. Especially, it was discussed the increasing social and public engagement of women in Belgium and Serbia.

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14/11/2017 Commemoration of the 2017 Armistice Day in World War I

 

On the occasion of 11th November, Armistice Day in World War I, the ambassador of Serbia in Belgium, Marina Jovićević and consul Ana Kosovac visited the cemetery Robermont in Liege and laid garlands at the monument to Serbian soldiers killed at the Belgium territory and Allied monument which is dedicated to all the Liberation forces in the First World War.

 

The ceremony was attended, also by representatives of France, Italy, USA, Russia, Poland, Belgium and the Federal Republic of Germany. After laying a garland, flags of the European Union and Belgium were officially raised, with the anthems.

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