Oana Christina Popa: Romania stands by Serbia, we will promote EU enlargement

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Oana Christina Popa, at the reception she held on the occasion of the start of the Romanian EU Presidency, said that the European perspective of the Western Balkans in 2018 was reaffirmed, adding that Romania would help candidate countries to advance in European integration

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Concert of the RTS Symphony Orchestra with traditional Chinese instruments on the occasion of Chinese New Year

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On Wednesday, January 23, at the Kolarac Endowment, starting at 8 pm, a concert will be held on the occasion of the Chinese New Year. The concert will be performed by three soloists from China, accompanied by the RTS Symphony Orchestra. Soloists will play on ancient Chinese instruments pipi, zeng and erhu, and the orchestra will be conducted by Croatian conductor Miran Vaupotić.

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Central and Eastern Europe will maintain a healthy growth pace in 2019

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UniCredit hosted a workshop dedicated to the perspectives on and expectations for the CEE region based on its
expertise, strategic research and ongoing monitoring of CEE markets during the annual Euromoney Forum. Please
see below further details on the themes discussed.

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MARKO LOUIS, Musician: Troubadour of Tragedy With a Happy End

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Marko Louis has just embarked on the promotion of his third solo album called “EURIDIKA” which came out. The new album has 12 songs, including 3 duets. Last summer, the audiences had an opportunity to hear two of the songs from his new album – the eponymous „EURIDIKA“ and the single „KADA JE NOĆ“.

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ZORAN DJERIĆ, Director of the Serbian National Theatre (SNP): Theatre is Eternal Change

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Since the appointment of Zoran Djerić as the head of the Serbian National Theatre, this cultural institution has changed both internally and externally. These days, the theatre is breathed in the spirit of Christmas and New Year’s festivities, and next year, we cannot wait to see the classic plays like “Na Drini Ćuprija” (“The Bridge on
the Drina”), which, last autumn, thrilled the South Korean audience, as well as a number of new and beloved drama, opera and ballet performances. Behind the scene, the SNP is also embarking on a new year of financial struggle to keep this prestigious theater going.

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16th BELGRADE DANCE FESTIVAL: Emotions for Fans of Finest Art

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Artists from 11 countries will perform at the 16th Belgrade Dance Festival that will take place in March 2019

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Professor ZAHI HAWASS Ph.D., Archaeologist and Egyptologist: Adventurist, Not a Star

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Zahi Hawass is one of the most rewnowned and popular Egyptians. Even the great actor Omar Sharif said once that the only fellow countryman that was more popular than him was Zahi Hawass.

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The exhibition “COVOYAGEURS” opened at the French Institute in Belgrade

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In the French Institute in Serbia, in the presence of Vladimir Palibrk, author and curator of the exhibition, the exhibition “Covoyageurs” by TKV – Belgrade, Sanja Stojkov, Aleksandar Buncic and Polar Bear Stencil (Paris) was opened.

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NATO MLO Belgrade Embassy of Hellenic Republic in Belgrade

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The Greek Embassy in Belgrade in its capacity as a NATO Contact Point Embassy and the NATO Military Liaison Office (MLO) in Belgrade hosted a reception on Tuesday, January 15, 2019, at the Hotel Metropol.

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PEPSICO INVITES ALL GRADUATES TO ACCEPT A GLOBAL CHALLENGE

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PepsiCo launches global challenge “Dare To Do More”, in which it calls on graduates from eight European countries, including graduates from Serbia, to use their acquired knowledge and recognize the next big trend in the food and beverage industry.

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