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Gouillon: Serbian schools to open in Russia in September

Supplementary schools of the Serbian language, to be attended by Serb children living in Russia, should start their work in September in three Russian cities - Moscow, Saint Petersburg and Sochi, the Director of the Office for Cooperation with the Diaspora and Serbs in the Region Arnaud Gouillon said today. Gouillon, who is on a six-day visit to Russia with a delegation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, told Sputnik that such schools existed in Russia until two decades ago, and that now the need for them appeared again.

"There is no identity without language, and identity is lost due to one's lack of language skills. These ties are very important, not only in the context of family. We have witnessed that in some countries children do not speak Serbian and are not able to communicate with their grandparents. This is really sad. Looking at this matter in the long term, this also implies losing that connection and thread with Serbia. When the language is there - the identity is present as well, there is a desire to visit Serbia, and sometimes even to return to Serbia", Gouillon said.

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic announced the opening of a Serbian school in Moscow in October 2018, so that the children of Serbian citizens living in the Russian capital could use their mother tongue.


Meeting with the Ambassador of the Russian Federation

President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić met today with the Ambassador of the Russian Federation Alexander Botsan-Kharchenko and thanked for the new 100,000 'Sputnik V' vaccines delivered yesterday and which contribute that the vaccination process in our country continues unhindered.

President Vučić and Ambassador Botsan-Kharchenko discussed plans to hold the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, which would present an opportunity for new talks on economic cooperation between Serbia and Russia and, in particular, on trade exchange, which is set to exceed four billion dollars.

The two interlocutors expressed satisfaction with the progress of economic cooperation between Serbia and Russia and pointed out that joint infrastructure projects, such as the Stara Pazova-Novi Sad railway and the railway dispatch centre, as well as energy projects, such as the gas pipeline from Bulgarian to the Hungarian border, contribute to our country's economic progress. It was also stated that these projects follow the planned dynamics.

President Vučić and Ambassador Botsan-Kharchenko also discussed the regional situation, especially Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo and Metohija, agreeing that a policy of peace and cooperation is necessary for the stability of the Western Balkans.

Source/Photo: www.predsednik.rs


NIS continues realisation of key projects

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic talked today with General Director of Petroleum Refining Industry of Serbia (NIS) Kirill Tyurdenev about the results achieved by the company in the past year and the planned investments and projects for the coming period.

Brnabic expressed satisfaction with the achieved results and activities of NIS management despite the crisis caused by the pandemic, which is reflected in the fact that they managed to ensure continuity of production, continue the implementation of strategic projects and save salaries and jobs for employees.

Tyurdenev especially highlighted the importance of the completion of one of the key projects of the second phase of modernisation of the Pancevo Refinery, in which €300 million were invested.

He underlined that NIS will continue to invest in all key projects planned for 2021, and will also work on improving the retail network in Serbia and the region.

The importance of digital transformation was also discussed at the meeting, as one of the important segments in the business of NIS, which will contribute to better and faster realisation of business goals.

Source/Photo: www.srbija.gov.rs


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