emg home
Ljimaj and three more KLA members acquitted of charges for Klecka Tadic: All should look up to Lafarge Aliyev inks decision on Corridor 11 loan New migrant detention facility opens north of Athens Montenegro joins World Trade Organisation (WTO) Minimum monthly wage in Bulgaria raised by 10 euro on May 1 Tadic: Trade unions have important role Three trade unions stage protest walk in Belgrade Srbijagas has reaped profit of RSD 1.25 billion Drugs from Russia delivered to Kosovo Serbian Hummer in the Armed Forces Real drop of quarterly GDP 1.3% Foreign trade in January–March 2012 at $7,051.9m Rehabilitation and modernisation of several heating plants in Serbia Dacic and trade unionists for social dialogue 17th anniversary of operation Bljesak marked PM Cvetkovic opens apartment hotel “Solaris Resort“ in Vrnjacka Banja
RSS

Sreckovic to open “Month of Serbian culture” in Budapest

16. September 2011. | 07:36

Source: Emg.rs

Minister of Religion and Diaspora Srdjan Sreckovic will open in Budapest tomorrow the traditional cultural event “Month of Serbian culture”, organised by the Self-Government of Serbs in Hungary and the Cultural and Documentary Centre of Serbs in Hungary.

Minister of Religion and Diaspora Srdjan Sreckovic will open in Budapest tomorrow the traditional cultural event “Month of Serbian culture”, organised by the Self-Government of Serbs in Hungary and the Cultural and Documentary Centre of Serbs in Hungary.

This year’s “Month of Serbian Culture” that will last until 14 October will include theatre plays, literary nights, programmes of classical music and artistic exhibitions.

During his stay in Hungary, Sreckovic will speak with State Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister of Hungary Laszlo Sazfavli about improvement of cooperation between the two countries regarding issues of the minorities in Hungary and Serbia, and about developing programmes for learning about customs, culture and history of the two peoples.

The Minister of Religion and Diaspora will also visit the headquarters of the Self-Government of Serbs in Hungary, Serbian school “Nikola Tesla”, pious endowment by Sava Tekelija “Tekelijanum“ and the seat of Budapest episcopate of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Sentandreja.

The Serbs in Hungary have the status of a national minority, and according to estimates by the Self-Government of Serbs, there are between 8,000 and 10,000 Serbs in Hungary.

Share:

Del.icio.us
Digg
My Web
Facebook
Newsvine

Enter text:

<<

30. April - 06. May 2012.

>>