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Visit of the Director-General of Unesco Ms Audray Azoulay to the Republic of Serbia

The Director-General of Unesco Ms Audray Azoulay, visited Serbia on 12 and 13 September 2019. in what is the first official visit the UNESCO Director-General to Serbia. Together with the First Vice Prime-Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia H.E. Mr Ivica Dačić, Director-General opened the ministerial panel within the international consultative meeting about updating UNESCO’s model curriculum on media and information literacy (MIL). 
During her stay in Serbia, Ms Azoulay met with the President of the Republic of Serbia H.E. Mr Aleksandar Vučić and Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia H.E. Ms Ana Brnabić. Director-General visited also “Mihajlo Petrović – Alas” high school which developed a special programme for students excelling in information technology, an exhibition about the First World War in the Historical Museum of Serbia, as well as the Museum of the National Film Archives of Serbia.


Candidature of the Republic of Serbia for re-election to the Executive Board of UNESCO

Participation of the Republic of Serbia at the session of the World Heritage Committee

The Delegation of the Republic of Serbia participated at the 43rd Session of the World Heritage Committee held in Baku (Azerbaijan) from 30th June 30 to 10th July 2019. The delegation, which included representatives of the Republic Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments, the Institute for Nature Conservation of Serbia and the Archaeological Institute, was led by the Permanent Delegate of the Republic of Serbia to UNESCO H.E. ambassador Tamara Rastovac Siamashvili. There are five properties inscribed to the World Heritage List on the territory of the Republic of Serbia: Stari Ras and Sopocani (1979), Studenica Monastery (1986), Medieval Monuments in Kosovo and Metohia – Decani Monastery (2004), Patriarchate of Pec, Gracanica Monastery and the Church of Our Lady of Ljevis (2006), Gamzigrad-Felix Romuliana (2007) and Stecci – Medieval Tombstones (2016). Medieval monuments in Kosovo and Metohija are also included on the List of World Heritage in Danger.


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