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7th International Sports Fair, November 23-25, 2018

The International Sports Fair will be held in the period from November 23 to 25, 2018, in Belgrade, organized by the Sports Union of Serbia, and under the patronage of the Ministry of Youth and Sports of the Republic of Serbia.

The program of the Fair envisages the holding of free seminars, lectures and workshops with the most important topics in the field of sports. In addition, free medical examinations at the Institute of Sports and Medicine are available, and visitors can use activation courts, athletics and cross-train, trampoline, ski jumping, thieves for martial arts. The fair will also include exhibitors of sports equipment, supplements, nutrition, recovery and rehabilitation of athletes.

Bilateral talks between foreign ministers of Serbian an Romanian I. Dacic and T. Meleskanu

The first Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic had a bilateral meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania Teodor Melescanu during his working visit to Timisoara, where he participated in the international conference "Security Challenges in the Balkans". The meeting with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania was very important because all relevant topics of bilateral cooperation were considered. It was concluded that the relations between the two countries are traditionally good and friendly and that they represent a model of good neighborly relations in the region. Romania is one of the five members of the EU and one of the four NATO members that have not recognized Kosovo's unilateral declaration of independence, which is a fact of particular importance for Serbia. Bilateral economic cooperation between Serbia and Romania are on the rise and exchange of goods, one the most important segment of economic relations, is continuously increasing. The meeting of the two ministers was a very good opportunity to talk about many topics, the realization of which is expected in the immediate future, and it surely gave a very significant impulse to the good relations between the two countries, directly influencing theirs successful course and realization as well  as concrete arrangements and potential joint projects. 


Minister I. Dacic met representatives of the Association of Serbs in Romania

During a working visit to Timisoara where he participated in the international conference "Security Challenges in the Balkans", First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic had a separate meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania Teodor Melescanu, a working lunch with the President of the Association of Serbs in Romania Ognjan Krstic and Serbian Deputy in Romanian Parliament Slavoljub Adnadj. Representatives of the Serb minority in Romania informed the Minister with the situation and position of the Serbs in Romania. Minister emphasized an exemplary cooperation with one of the most organized and most active communities of Serbs in the region and point out the efforts of Serbia to maintain national, cultural, linguistic and spiritual identity of the Serbian people in Romania, and expressed gratitude to the Romanian authorities for their care for the local Serbs.

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