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Број за хитне позиве који ће бити активан 24/7 / Emergency calls number that will be active 24/7 / Acil arama numaralarının 7/24 aktif olması hat +90 533 483 32 07


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ЗАПИСНИК О ОТВАРАЊУ ПОНУДА  /  RECORD ON OPENING OF BIDS

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AMBASSADOR MEETS TURKISH MINISTER OF INTERIOR

Ambassador H.E. Mr. Zoran Markovic met today, Febrary 20, Minister of Interior of the Republic of Turkey H.E. Mr. Suleyman Soylu. Both sides concluded that the two countries and, especially, two ministries of interior had excellent bilateral relations. The specific ways of deepening the cooperation of the two ministries were discussed at the meeting.


VISIT TO THE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION SANKON

Serbian Ambassador H.E. Mr. Markovic visited the business association SANKON in Ankara and had an extensive meeting with the director Mr. Feridun Cavahiroglu and association members. SANKON is a business association whose members are more then hunderd companies in central Anatolia. The director of the association conveyed the intrests of its member companies to invest in Serbia and cooperate with Serbian companies. Ambassador Markovic greeted this initiative and expressed the readiness of the Embassy to support it in any way possible.


NATIONAL DAY RECEPTION IN THE EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA IN ANKARA

On February 13, 2020, a reception was held at the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Ankara on the occasion of National Day. About 250 guests were present, mostly members of the diplomatic corps, followed by the media and then prominent businessmen from Ankara and Ankara's political life. The Honorary Guest in front of the Government of the Republic of Turkey was Minister for Youth and Sports Mr. Mehmet Kasapolu, and MFA Deputy Faruk Kaymakci was present. Interestingly, this year's reception was also given great importance by the armed forces of the Republic of Turkey, represented by the commander of the Turkish Navy, Admiral Adnan Ozbal, with members of the General Staff.

Ambassador Z.Marković and Minister of Youth and Sports M. Kasapolu greeted the high-level national anthems after the intonation. Ambassador Markovic in his address, emphasized the outstanding bilateral relations between the two countries, established during the founding days of modern Turkey Kemal Pasha Ataturk and King Alexander Karadjordjevic, and strengthened through the close relations of President Alexander Vucic and Recep Tayyip Erdogan. In his address, Minister Casapolu elaborated on the achievements of bilateral relations over the past year, welcoming the progress made by the Republic of Serbia in the negotiations process to the European Union. He concluded his presentation by sending a message "Long live Turkish-Serbian friendship" in Serbian.

You can read Ambassador Markovic's speech at the following link here and the guest of honor, Minister Mehmet Kasapoglu, at the link here.

The officials, in a number of separate contacts, expressed particular satisfaction that they had the opportunity to attend an event organized in the historic building of the Serbian Embassy in Ankara, which is under the protection of Turkey as a cultural property, which has been completely renovated in the previous two years. Photos from this event, as well as video material, can be downloaded from the website of the Diplomatic Observer diplomatic corps: https://diplomaticobserver.com/_haber/serbia-s-national-day-was-celebrated-in -ankara


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