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Serbia flood donations

(from right to left): H. E. Ambassador Mr. B. Nikolic, Ms. V. Pavlovic-Marinovic, teacher, Serbian School St. Sava in Johannesburg, Mr. M. Milovanovic, president, Serbian Cultural-Artistic Society “Africa”, M. Lalic-Terzic, Consul, Archbishop of Johannesburg and Pretoria, His Eminence Damascinos, Ms. R. Nikolic, Ms. N. Markovic, The Orthodox Priest, the Serbian Church in Johannesburg I. Markovic

 

(from right to left): H. E. Ambassador Mr. B. Nikolic, Ms. V. Pavlovic-Marinovic, teacher, Serbian School St. Sava in Johannesburg, Mr. M. Milovanovic, president, Serbian Cultural-Artistic Society “Africa”, M. Lalic-Terzic, Consul, Archbishop of Johannesburg and Pretoria, His Eminence Damascinos, Ms. R. Nikolic, Ms. N. Markovic, The Orthodox Priest, the Serbian Church in Johannesburg I. Markovic

 

 

Mr. M. Milovanovic, President of the , Serbian Cultural-Artistic Society “Africa”, Ms. V. Pavlovic-Marinovic, a teacher at the Serbian School St. Sava in Johannesburg and Mr I. Markovic The Orthodox Priest, the Serbian Church in Johannesburg were awarded accolades by Ambassador Nikolic of Serbia to South Africa for their humanitarian assistance after the devastating floods in May 2014 in Serbia. According to the Ambassador the situation is improving and also thanked the European Union for their contribution

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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March 2018

 
 
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