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INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE PROVISION OF REAL ESTATE SALES SERVICES – THE SALE OF DIPLOMATIC REAL ESTATE IN NEW YORK (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA), TOKYO (JAPAN), BONN (GERMANY), AND BERNE (SWITZERLAND)

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Ceremony in honor of the Serbian - Hellenic Chamber of Commerce

On the occasion of the Presidential Decree, with which the Serbian-Hellenic Chambers of Commerce, which is based in Thessaloniki, is recognized as a Chamber with a transnational status, a presentation of the two chambers was organised on 16.11.2017, which took place at the Serbian General Consulate, with the contribution of the Ministry of Interior (Macedonia and Thrace) which is based in Thessaloniki, and with the participation of the Serbian-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce in Athens. The goal is the affirmation and promotion of the bilateral economic cooperation in between the two countries.

The event can be considered successful since the response was great (about 60 guests were present both representatives of the Diplomatic Corps and Greek authorities), unfortunately the number of attendants was smaller than expected due to the instruction not to attend public events since that day was a day of mourning for the catastrophic floods that afflicted Attica. In the forefront were the Director of the International Affairs Office, which belongs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Greece, mr. D. Papandreou and businessmen (the presidents of the bilateral Chambers, firm owners and directors). At the same time the finalization of the privatization of the port of Thessaloniki and the importance that was bestowed upon it by the Greek authorities (along with the progressing importance of city and Northern Greece in general) was underlined as something very significant for the bilateral economic cooperation of the two countries.


Minister Dacic discussed with the Ambassador of Greece

The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic met the Ambassador of the Hellenic Republic in Serbia, Elias Eliadis.

The Minister expressed his deep condolences for the floods that afflicted Greece and for the tragic loss of so many human lives. He also expressed the readiness of the Serbian Government to offer any help to Greece. During the meeting, both sides expressed their satisfaction regarding the outstanding level of bilateral relations and the constant meetings of the officials. Furthermore, the interlocutors marked that the next High Council meeting will be held in Belgrade during the next year.


Commemorating the Day of Truce, 11.11.2017

A ceremony took place on 11 November at the monument at the Serbian part of the Allied Military Cemetery, Zeitinlik to commemorate the Day of Truce of the First World War.

On behalf of the Serbian Republic a wreath was laid on the monument by Major General Zelimir Glisovic, escorted by General Consul Sinisa Pavic and Military Attache G. Arsic and Lieutenant general S. Glvonic and then the representatives of Greek state, who attended the ceremony, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Growth and Energy, Sokratis Famelos, delegate of Central Macedonia Prefecture, representatives of the military and the Mayor of the city J. Butaris, members of the Diplomatic Corps and associations for cultivating tradition and the First World War. Also a representative of the Diocese of Neapoli and Stavroupoli.

After the laying of wreaths and the minute of silence, the ceremony was completed with the intonation of the anthems of Serbia and Greece.

In accordance with the long-time practice, at the ceremony of laying wreaths, along with the General Consul was the guard of the Military Cemetery, Mr. George Mihailovic (which, in our opinion, makes this action even more interesting).

After the end of the ceremony at the Serbian part of the Allied Military Cemetery ‘’Zeitinlik’’, similar ceremonies were held at the Russian, the British, the French and the Italian part of the cemetery (which compose the complex of Zeitinlik), and for the first time a ceremony was held in front of the Greek monument. To all of them the General Consul was present and he laid wreaths.


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