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Laying of Wreath at the memorial-ossuary of Serbian internees in Arad

On the occasion of celebrating the Armistice Day, at memorial-ossuary of Serbian internees who died during the First World War in the Fortress of Arad, the wreath was laid at the city cemetery "Pomenirea" in Arad, on November 11.
The wreath with written text: "In honour to our glorious ancestors - General Consulate of the Republic Serbia in Timisoara" was placed by the Consul General Mr. Vladan Tadic accompanied by representatives of the local organization of the Alliance of Serbs from Arad.

Minister of Culture visits the Association of Serbs in Romania

After the opening of the scientific symposium "100 Years of Imortant Events for Serbs in Romania", the Minister of Culture and Information Mr. Vladan Vukosavljevic visited the Serbian Cultural Center and the seat of the Association of Serbs in Romania, where he talked with the President of the ASR Mr. Ognjan Krstić, Serbian Deputy in Romanian Parliament Mr. Slavoljub Adnadj, former Deputy and Honorary President ASR Mr. Slavomir Gvozdenovic, professor of Serbian language at the Serbian Language Study Program at the University of Timisoara Dr. Milijan Uskat and Director of the Serbian Theoretical Gymnasium "Dositej Obradovic" in Timisoara Mr. Jadran Klanica. The Minister was informed about the organization and activities of the ASR, its financing and development plans as well as also about the problems of education in the Serbian language in Romania.
The Minister completed his visit to Timisoara by visiting the Museum of the Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Timisoara, the Serbian Orthodox Church in the center of Timisoara, and the birdhouse of Dositej Obradovic in the village of Chakovo.

1. Scientific Symposium ,,100 Years of Great Events for Serbs in Romania"

In the framework of the "Day of Serbian Culture in Timisoara", it was held Historical Scientific Symposium "100 Years of Important Events for Serbs in Romania", November 2 – 3. The Symposium gathered more than twenty historians from Serbia, Romania and Germany and it was opened by Minister of Culture and Information Mr. Vladan Vukosavljevic as well as Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to Bucharest Mr. Branko Brankovic and President the Association of Serbs in Romania Mr. Ognjan Krstic.
During the two-day Symposium, the scientific works relating to the events in Banat in the last year of the First World War were presented (Prof. Dr. Vasile Dudas, Timisoara - Meetings between Take Joneski and Nikola Pasic in the autumn of 1918 in connection with the Romanian-Serbian border; Mrs. Jovana Kasas, Novi Sad - Entry of the army of the Kingdom of Serbia in Timisoara; Dr. Slobodan Bjelica, Novi Sad - Banat's question at the Paris Peace Conference 1919-1920 ...), but also the topics focused on the consequences of the First World War on the Serbian population of Banat (Prof. Dr. Walter Konchicki, Germany - Monument to the Victims of War across Banat; Colonel Remus Makovej, Constanta - How nowadays marks memories of Serbian warriors have died for the defense of Dobrudza; Milan Micic, Novi Sad - Serbs from Romania to the Kingdom of SHS (1918-1941); Dejan Popov, Timisoara – Deprivation of bells from Serbian churches for war use, conditions and consequences ...).
At the end of the Symposium, the participants with the President of ASR Mr. Ognjan Krstic and Consul General Vladan Tadic, visited the Fortress of Arad and laid a wreath at the Memorial which contains the remains of the of the Serbian internees who died during the First World War. 



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