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Opening of the Exhibition of the Ethnographic Museum from Belgrade at the National Museum in New Delhi

On 26 July the exhibition of the Ethnographic Museum from Belgrade at the National Museum in New Delhi entitled Textiles and Decoration in the Culture of the Serbs in the 19th and the First Half of the 20th Century was opened by Smt. Rashmi Verma, Secretary, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Government of India. Besides Secretary Verma, Dr B.R. Mani, Director General of the National Museum, Dr Mirjana Menkovic, Director of the Ethnographic Musem, and Serbian Ambassador Vladimir Maric spoke about the exhibition. The event was attended by Indian dignitaries, representatives of the diplomatic corps, media, various educational and cultural institutions etc. The exhibition will be on until 31 August.

Carrom bringing the peoples of Serbia and India closer together

Ambassador V. Maric met on 17 July with the General Secretary of the All India Carrom Federation Mr V.D. Narayan. They discussed ways to help a group of Serbian Carrom enthusiasts improve their game and international standing. In that context, Mr Narayan invited the Serbian National Carrom Team to visit India and play an official match with the Indian side.

Ambassador Maric meets with Nepalese Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs

Ambassador V. Maric met with Hon’ble Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of Nepal Mr Krishna Bahadur Mahara on 6 July 2017 at the Nepalese Embassy in New Delhi (within the Hon’ble Mr Mahara’s interaction with a group of non-resident Ambassadors to Nepal based in New Delhi). 


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