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Djelic to attend Leipzig International Book Fair

16. March 2011. | 06:48

Source: Emg.rs

Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Bozidar Djelic will visit Leipzig from 16 to 18 March to attend the International Book Fair.

Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Bozidar Djelic will visit Leipzig from 16 to 18 March to attend the International Book Fair.

Djelic will participate in the part of the programme in which Zoran Zivkovic's novel "Five Wonders of the Danube" will be presented. This novel is an important contribution to the EU Strategy for the Danube region.

On that occasion, the Deputy Prime Minister will talk about the importance of the Danube strategy for Serbia and the EU.

This year Serbia is a state guest of honour at the International Book Fair in Leipzig. Eighty Serbian authors will present their latest editions at the fair.


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