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16. Sep 2022.

Ambassador Jovanović with Mayor of Bitola Municipality Toni Konjanovski

Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia in Skopje Nevena Jovanović, during her visit to Bitola and the marking of the Day of Serbian Unity, Freedom and National Flag, met with Mayor of Bitola Municipality Toni Konjanovski.

During the meeting, it was noted that bilateral relations between the two countries were at a very high level, with the assessment that such cooperation should be further expanded, primarily in the field of trade, agriculture, culture, and that it would be useful to make the most of the current upgrade in relations between Serbia and North Macedonia to connect and bring together the local self-governments of the two countries.

Ambassador Jovanović pointed out the excellent bilateral relations between Serbia and North Macedonia, which was the result of responsible thinking and actions of the political leaders of the two countries, who recognised the importance of rapprochement and regional cooperation. In this context, she expressed her satisfaction that the Open Balkan initiative, thanks to the concrete results it produced in a short time, was strongly supported by the Macedonian public, just as it was the case in Serbia.

The Ambassador especially thanked the interlocutor for the attitude of the Municipality of Bitola towards the local Serbian community, assessing that the members of the Serbian community in the Republic of North Macedonia, as well as the Macedonian national minority in Serbia, represented a bridge that further connected the two friendly countries.

The Mayor of the Municipality of Bitola used the opportunity to once again thank the Republic of Serbia and President Aleksandar Vučić for the help provided in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, when the Republic of Serbia was among the first to send a contingent of Covid-19 vaccines to North Macedonia, and also enabled the citizens of North Macedonia to be vaccinated on the territory of Serbia.


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15. Sep 2022.

Day of Serbian Unity, Freedom and National Flag marked

Representatives of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Skopje marked, at the Serbian Military Cemetery in Bitola, the Day of Serbian Unity, Freedom and National Flag, by laying a wreath on the common grave with the remains of Serbian heroes who fell for the king and the fatherland in the wars for liberation and unification in the period 1912–1918.
In addition to representatives of the Embassy, ​​the wreath laying was attended by Mayor of Bitola Toni Konjanovski, Honorary Consul of the Republic of Serbia in Bitola Siljan Micevski, Honorary Consul of the Republic of Serbia in Ohrid Mihailo Filev, Member of the Macedonian Parliament Sobranje and President of the Democratic Party of Serbs in Macedonia Ivan Stoilković, as well as numerous representatives of associations and organisations of Serbs in the Republic of North Macedonia.

In her address, Ambassador Nevena Jovanović highlighted 15 September, the date when the anniversary of the breakthrough of the Thessaloniki front is also marked, the day in which both pain and  glory of the Serbian people were simultaneously woven, the day on which a new page of Serbian history began, thanks to the incredible military superhuman endeavor of Serbian soldiers who from 15 September to 1 November, under full combat equipment, crossed in just 45 days the distance from the Nidža Mountain and Kajmakčalan to Belgrade, which was liberated already on 1 November.

She pointed out that, because of its symbolism, this holiday represented a clear message to us and our generations that together we could do great deeds, which remain written in golden letters on the pages of history.

Ambassador Jovanović noted that the Republic of Serbia, led by President Aleksandar Vučić, was fully committed to regional peace and stability, building good relations with its neighbours, at the same time reserving the right to nurture the culture of remembrance and adequately help the Serbian people abroad to preserve their traditions, language and identity.

At the same time, she called on her compatriots to preserve their culture, religion, language and Cyrillic script wherever they are, as well as the memory of the superhuman feats of our glorious ancestors and their struggle for freedom.


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08. Sep 2022.

Ambassador Jovanović laid flowers on the occasion of the Independence Day of the Republic of North Macedonia

On the occasion of 8 September, the Independence Day of the Republic of North Macedonia, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the Republic of North Macedonia Nevena Jovanović and the defence envoy Lieutenant Colonel Vujica Vukobratov laid flowers at the eternal resting places of former presidents Kiro Gligorov and Boris Trajkovski.

The laying of flowers was attended by the President of the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia Dimitar Kovačevski, Ministers in the Macedonian Government, as well as representatives of the diplomatic and military corps.


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